Grails Scaffolding Plugin
  1. Grails Scaffolding Plugin
  2. GPSCAFFOLD-65

Dynamic scaffolding actions and view do not work while static scaffolding works

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Duplicate
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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    • Environment:
      JDK 5, Grails 1.1.1, Windows XP 32

      Description

      A scaffolding controller, that uses an action "foo" works perfectly with any view (e.g. fooView.gsp) or template (_fooView.gsp) when using static scaffolding after generating views and controller using generate-all.
      When using dynamic scaffolding, the "foo"action of the controller ALWAYS wants to render a "foo.gsp"-view, so the view or template-arguments of a call to the render-method are ignored.
      Dynamic and static scaffolding should always behave identically.

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          Stefan Seeger added a comment -

          I have the same issue and think it is because of the event when a view is dynamically scaffolded.

          E.g. if you have the following actions in templates\scaffolding\Controller.groovy and an existing templates\scaffolding\myaction2.gsp view:
          def myaction =

          { render(view: "myaction2") }

          def myaction2 =

          { return }

          After application start, calling ../myaction will fail as the view does not exist.
          After calling .../myaction2 the first time, the view is scaffolded (and cached somewhere?), and succeeding calls to ../myaction correctly show the myaction2.gsp.

          If a static view (views/entity/myaction2.gsp) exists, even the first call to .../myaction is successful, as no dynamic scaffolding is needed.

          The "render" function should scaffold views on the fly if they are not yet scaffoled by a controller action.

          (Version 1.3.7)

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          Stefan Seeger added a comment - I have the same issue and think it is because of the event when a view is dynamically scaffolded. E.g. if you have the following actions in templates\scaffolding\Controller.groovy and an existing templates\scaffolding\myaction2.gsp view: def myaction = { render(view: "myaction2") } def myaction2 = { return } After application start, calling ../myaction will fail as the view does not exist. After calling .../myaction2 the first time, the view is scaffolded (and cached somewhere?), and succeeding calls to ../myaction correctly show the myaction2.gsp. If a static view (views/entity/myaction2.gsp) exists, even the first call to .../myaction is successful, as no dynamic scaffolding is needed. The "render" function should scaffold views on the fly if they are not yet scaffoled by a controller action. (Version 1.3.7)

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              Reporter:
              Frank Gerberding
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