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Toggle on a relation field 21 Jul 2017 17:48 #15256

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Hello,
Happy to be using cook again. Hope you're all having a great time. :silly:
Com_suivi -> Students ->progressionof students
There is a relation field called "progression", which in the table "progressions" is togglable, but is not in the view created within the "students" table (hope i make sense)
Would like this to be togglable too. Tried to add a task in construct in "students" model but no success so far.
A hint ? A solution ? A kiss ? ;-) :evil:
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Toggle on a relation field 24 Jul 2017 16:06 #15258

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Hi VeCrea, Nice to hear from you again !!


You request is a bit complex and cannot be achieved without some manual coding
You did right to create a function in the controller, but in wich controller did you wrote it ?

It should be written in the progression table, and then try to find a way to catch the correct progression ID value for sending to the controller.

The N:1 list should load two values : the ID of the "progression", and the boolean value to display.
With this two informations, you might be able to code it easily.

The task to call may be 'progression.toggle'
Coding is now a piece of cake
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Toggle on a relation field 24 Jul 2017 18:55 #15259

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Well the toggle code is present in the progression controller
public function toggle()
	{
		JSession::checkToken() or JSession::checkToken('get') or jexit(JText::_('JINVALID_TOKEN'));
		$this->_result = $result = $this->_toggle(array(
			'toggle_finished' => 'finished'
		));
		$model = $this->getModel();

		//Define the redirections
		switch($this->getLayout() .'.'. $this->getTask())
		{
			case 'default.toggle':
				$this->applyRedirection($result, array(
					'stay',
					'com_suivi.progressions.default'
				), array(
					'cid[]' => null
				));
				break;

			default:
				$this->applyRedirection($result, array(
					'stay',
					'stay'
				));
				break;
		}
	}
Suppose i should add that code, with adaptations, into the Student controller, as progressionOfStudents is a view of that table. Is it the right path ?
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