[Cartoweb-users] Using the selected object in the layer in my
e.witteveen at HAWARIT.COM
Fri Oct 7 04:27:49 EDT 2005
Alexandre Saunier wrote:
> $smarty = new Smarty_Cartoclient($this->cartoclient);
> $smarty->assign(array('charset' => Encoder::getCharset(),
> 'metas' => $this->metas,
> 'sessionData' => $data,
> return $smarty->fetch('view.xml.tpl');
> associated to a dedicated XML template file view.xml.tpl.
> That was just a tip. ;)
Good to point it out, i already know the mechanism. A little sidenote,
would it be possible to make the errormessage clearer when this
view.xml.tlp wasnt found? (with a path)
>> The problem is that i dont know how i should access this
>> $tableGroups, which is stored inside the ClientTables.php (private).
>> I know that the value is also assigned to Smarty under the
>> key='tables', but i also dont know how to access it.
> I presume you use CartoWeb3.0.
> In CVS version there is a public method ClientTables::getTableGroups()
> which is missing in 3.0.0.
> If you prefer to keep using CW3.0, a solution would be to extend the
> tables plugin in your project and add this method in your extended class
> Obviously you'll have to switch ClientTables::tableGroups from private
> to protected in the ClientTables.php upstream code. It's not a big
> deal since it does not affect the class behavior much.
Okay, i understand the way to solve it in CW3.0, thank you.
I am curious how stable is the version in CVS?
And when i use the version from cvs, what would be the code to call this
getTableGroups() method(from your story i suspect that extending is not
nessecary over there? and (maybe i like this more) can it also be used
in CW3.0 by adding a getTableGroups() method?)
> By the way note that in CVS version, most plugins private methods and
> members have recently been switched to protected (including
> ClientTables::tableGroups) in order to make plugin extending easier.
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