Post to a RAW view

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11 years 5 months ago #83247

Hi guys,

Ww are working on a messaging view for Vendores, we added a new button to the Vendor's Cpanel that reads "Messages", when clicked, it takes us to a new view called messagemarket, layout = inbox.

This works fine.

I need to be able to post to the same view but in RAW format ( AJAX ), I added a new controller and the RAW view, in the normal MVC model, I would create this and it will automatically direct me to the correct view file ( view.raw.php) and I would receive a response in the correct format ( no template) TEXT or JSON.

Instead of receiving this response, I get a 403 error: Access Denied.

Q: What is the correct way of post with AJAX and receive RAW response in Hikamarket?


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11 years 5 months ago #83256

Hi,

HikaMarket use the "authorization" function. Each task has to be listed in the controller.

protected $rights = array(
	'display' => array('cpanel', 'show', 'register', 'form'),
	'add' => array(),
	'edit' => array('save'),
	'modify' => array(),
	'delete' => array()
);
Some task categories ask for a token (modify / delete). The display category is the default one.
If a task is not listed in this array, the controller would refused it.

I have implemented for the next release of HikaMarket a way to override every classes (or some helpers). I think I will provide such solution for overriding views and controllers.
The idea is to create a new file in the same directory. If you want to override the vendor controller, you would create a file named "vendor.override.php".
This file would be include instead of the classical controller.

The idea is to extend to controller without rewrite it.
<?php
include dirname(__FILE__).DS.'vendor.php';
class vendorMarketOverrideController extends vendorMarketController {
	public function __construct($config = array(), $skip = false) {
		$this->rights['display'][] = 'mytask';
		parent::__construct($config, $skip);
	}
	public function mytask() {
		JRequest::setVar('layout', 'mytask');
		return parent::display();
	}
}

Like that, you can add and override all you want without loosing any compatibility.
If a controller changes in HikaMarket, some new task are added, you could still update and use the new features ; without loosing yours.
(And I think I will add a function in order to provide a good way to merge rights)

Regards,


Jerome - Obsidev.com
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11 years 5 months ago #83291

Hi Thanks,

I'll keep it in mind for next time. Yesterday I decided to just use a component I made for posting to it via ajax from anywhere ( modules in example )

That way I can keep my code separated. I did keep the additional views I made.


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