File: examples/model/controllers/somecontroller.php

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File: examples/model/controllers/somecontroller.php
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Description: Example script
Class: PHP Skeleton Framework
Extensive Web application development framework
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<?php

class Somecontroller extends A_Controller_Action {
   
    function
index($locator) {
       
       
$usersmodel = $this->_load()->model('Users');
       
$view = $this->_load()->view('Form');

               
// Instantiate a new form model/controller
       
$form = new A_Model_Form();
       
// Hand the Form the fields and rules from the model
        // $form->addRule($usersmodel->getRules());
       
$form->addField($usersmodel->getFields());
   
       
// Now add an additional field, the second password field. Which must match the first password field.
        // The $form get the Rules for the first password field from $usersmodel
       
$form->addField($passwordfield = new A_Model_Form_Field('password2'));
       
// now we add an additional rule, specific for the form we are dealing with.
       
$form->addRule(new A_Rule_Match('password', 'password2', 'Password 2 must match Password 1'));
               
       
//$form->run($locator);
            //dump($form);
        // ask the form if it is valid. The form checks internally if the model fields are valid?
       
if($form->isValid($this->request)){
           
// save
           
$usersmodel->save($form->getSaveValues());
           
// redirect to user detail page or whatever
       
} else {
           
// show errors if submitted
           
$view->setErrorMsg($form->getErrorMsg());
        }
       
$view->setValues($form->getValues());
       
       
$this->response->setRenderer($view);
    }
   
}

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