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How to display validation errors on form submit
Try adding a Try-Catch block to your JS view: <% if @customer.errors.any? -%> try { $('<%= j(render :partial => "error", :locals => {:target => @customer })%>').appendTo('#errors'); } catch( e ) { console.log( e ); } <% else -%> try { $("<%= j(render @customer) %>").prependTo("table.table.customers tbody"); } catch( e ) { console.log( e ); } <% end -%> If the block doesn't log, you're probably dealing with a syntax error.

Categories : Ajax

InnoDB table errors: Doesn't exist/exist. Orphaned tables? Invisible database in mysql command clients
Ok nevermind. I finally fixed it. After adding the lines [mysqld] innodb_file_per_table to my.cnf, I dropped the whole database. Of course I dumped it earlier and recreated + restored the database. No problems here.

Categories : Mysql

Display form validation errors in formset when extra=0
I don't think that having extra=0 is related to whether the errors are displayed. The following pattern is very common when dealing with formsets: def my_view(request): if request.method == "POST" formset = MyFormSet(request.POST, prefix="coding_form") if formset.is_valid(): do_something_with_formset() return HttpResponseRedirect("/success_url/") else: formset = MyFormSet(request.POST, prefix="coding_form") return render(request, "my_template.html", {'formset': formset} When the request method is GET, a blank formset is rendered. When the formset is invalid, the formset is rendered, and will display the errors. We only redirect if the formset is valid. In your case, you always redirect when the request method is POST, regardl

Categories : Django

How to display Spring MVC form errors for class error
To show only class-level errors, leave the path empty. <form:errors path=""> from the Spring docs: path="*" - displays all errors path="lastName" - displays all errors associated with the lastName field if path is omitted - object errors only are displayed ref: http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.2.x/spring-framework-reference/html/view.html#view-jsp-formtaglib-errorstag

Categories : Spring

How to display form errors in modal box(context_processors, base.html)?
You need to post your data with Ajax call, Showing errors in modal need Ajax call. Or you can use third party app to enable Ajax form validation

Categories : Django

Why does Eclipse say that "errors exist" but shows nothing in console?
It may be a JRE error. Right click the project root and select preferences. Come to installed JREs and look for an error. Also, rebuild the project and check Window > Show View > Error Log, as suggested in a comment by @Ted Hopp.

Categories : Java

Eclipse finds syntax errors that did not previously exist
Whenever you're facing weird issues with eclipse, try to do the following: Clean the project. Project --> Clean.... Close the project and reopen it again. Project --> Open Project/Close Project. Make a copy of the source file and delete the original file, then paste the source file again.

Categories : Java

Ignore Typescript Errors "property does not exist on value of type"
There are several ways to handle this problem. If this object is related to some external library, the best solution would be to find the actual definitions file (great repository here) for that library and reference it, e.g.: /// <reference path="/path/to/jquery.d.ts" > Of course, this doesn't apply in many cases. If you want to 'override' the type system, try the following: declare var y; This will let you make any calls you want on var y.

Categories : Javascript

Variable "form" does not exist when overriding Symfony2 form theme
If one or more of the twig files that extend your layout do not contain a form then presumably you won't be passing a form variable to them. You can get round this by updating your layout file as follows: {% if form is defined %} {% form_theme form 'SiteBackendBundle:Form:fields.html.twig' %} {% endif %}

Categories : Symfony2

LowBatteryReceiver does not exist and FATAL EXCEPTION: main errors android
The reference from your manifest to the Receiver classes are not right. Right now, you reference them like they are a normal class within your package. Since they are inner classes, you should reference them like this (see the android:name attribute): <receiver android:name=".MainActivity$OkBatteryReceiver" android:enabled="false" > <intent-filter> <action android:name="android.intent.action.BATTERY_OKAY" /> </intent-filter> </receiver> Inner classes are referenced by the $.

Categories : Android

angular remove element from dom if src does not exist
Angular 1.1.5 introduced the ng-if directive to conditionally remove the element from the DOM. You need to use it instead of ng-show. If you are using an older version of Angular, consider using angular-ui's ui-if directive.

Categories : Angularjs

New-PsDrive Remote copy from DFS share errors: A specified logon session does not exist
From the looks of things it appears that you are experiencing the dreaded "Double-Hop". If you only what to remote to a few computers it's pretty easy to setup the "fix" for the "Double-Hop". On the computers that you want to remote to you need to run the following commands: Enable-PSRemoting Enable-WSManCredSSP Server Then on the computer you want to remote from you need to run the command: Enable-WSManCredSSP Client –DelegateComputer [<FQDN of the server>][*] In place of the fully qualified domain name you can put a * instead. That will allow you to send your credentials to any computer (that could be dangerous). Now how would you work this into a script? There is a command called Invoke-Command. If you look at the parameters of Get-Help Invoke-Command -Parameter *, you'

Categories : Powershell

Symfony 2 - separate form logic, show form errors after redirect
If you check out how the code generated by the CRUD generator handles this you will see that a failed form validation does not return a redirect but instead uses the same view as the GET method. So in your example you would just: return $this->render("YourBundle:Contact:contact.html.twig", array('form' => $form->createView())) rather than return the redirect. This means you do not lose the form errors as you do in a redirect. Something else the CRUD generator adds is the Method requirement which means you could specify that the ContactSendAction requires the POST method and thus not need the extra if($request->isMethod('POST')){ statement. You can also just return an array if you specify the template elsewhere, for example you could use the @Template annotation and then

Categories : Symfony2

Showing form errors on a dropdown form
Ok, found the solution: Here's my Jquery part: $(document).ready(function(){ $(".bt_login").click(function(){ email = $("#email").val(); password = $("#password").val(); if(email == '' || password == ''){ $(".errors").html("Please fill in both fields!"); return false; } $.ajax({ type: "POST", url: "checkuser.php", data: "email=" + email + "&password=" + password, success: function(html){ if(html == 'true'){ window.location = "index.php"; } else { $(".errors").html("Wrong username or password!"); } } }); return false; }); }); and my checkuser.php: &

Categories : PHP

Angular.js scope passing file reader errors
Since you're trying to access the scope outside the function, this requires some extra actions. The answer to your question has already been answered here: AngularJS access scope from outside js function You need to use this code: var scope = angular.element($("#yourelement")).scope(); cfr.: http://jsfiddle.net/arunpjohny/sXkjc/8/

Categories : HTML

Angular: Default handler for unhandled http errors
Assuming that you know which errors needs to be suppressed and which one need to be propagate. Also since the Response interceptor is a function that returns promise itself You can catch the response for failure case and instead of propagating it up the stack you can return something such as empty response. If you look at the sample example in angular documentation for interceptor $provide.factory('myHttpInterceptor', function($q, dependency1, dependency2) { return function(promise) { return promise.then(function(response) { // do something on success }, function(response) { // do something on error if (canRecover(response)) { return responseOrNewPromise; // This can suppress the error. } re

Categories : Javascript

When trying to display a chart using ChartIt, Error saying template does not exist arises
I noticed in their installation instructions they don't say to add 'chartit' to the INSTALLED_APPS in your settings file, but they did in their demo project. Have you done that? Edit: dan-klasson is correct. You need to specify the template to return. Your view should be returning the following: return render_to_response('testCommits.html', {'linechart': linechart}) The dictionary is the context in that is passed to the template. The first argument is the template name, which in your case is testCommits.html.

Categories : Python

Django REST framework + angular, autmatically appending backed errors to the DOM
When you want to write reusable code like this, your best choice is to use directives. You can create a directive named <email></email> and then inside the template, populate it with the input element and display the {{error}} next to it. There are several ways of getting the error into the directive template, but I'd suggest isolate scope and pass the data into the directive. This helps make directives more reusable. If you've done things correctly then your backend 'Django REST' shouldn't have anything to do with this front-end functionality for the directive. All you need to do is change the data inside the controller and it will automatically change the data in the directive. So it gives a good level of abstraction as well.

Categories : Angularjs

How do you display php errors to the web browser in GAE?
I'm not sure if GAE will allow that through normal php directives. You may be able to bypass it with: <?php function display_error($errno, $errstr, $errfile, $errline, $errcontext) { //echo desired info here die(); } set_error_handler("display_error"); ?> GAE may block this as well, but it's pretty easy to give it a try Edit: More info on fatal errors, since that is the type of error you describe in your question, and may not be handled by set_error_handler(); How do I catch a PHP Fatal Error

Categories : PHP

Can't display errors on php, just white screen
The ; in front of that error log line is a comment. The problem is you don't have error reporting turned on in your ini, and you have a fatal parse error. PHP can't render the error with display_errors when you have a parse error. It's better to update the error reporting in the php.ini

Categories : PHP

how to add and display custom errors in rails2
Validation based errors you can associate at model level and activeRecordObject.errors will give you the result directly. validates_uniqueness_of :name, :message => '%{value} has already been taken' . You can use the same view on depending on values of view can render different html too, perhaps less confusing. One view which check if object.errors.present?, then do this else render something else.

Categories : Ruby On Rails

Errors with MKMapkit won't let me display markers onto map
The problem is undoubtedly that Annotation is not defined to conform to the MKAnnotation protocol. It should be defined as something like: @interface Annotation : NSObject <MKAnnotation> // ... @end Or you can replace Annotation with MKPointAnnotation and the code should also work. (Do you really need your own annotation class?) Finally, and unrelated, you are performing dataWithContentsOfURL within the completion block, but that's unnecessary because the sendAsynchronousRequest already retrieves the data for you and it's passed to your completionHandler. NSURLRequest *urlRequest = [NSURLRequest requestWithURL:url]; [NSURLConnection sendAsynchronousRequest:urlRequest queue:queue completionHandler:^(NSURLResponse *response, NSData *data, NSError *error) { if ([data length] &

Categories : IOS

Display PHP POST results after a form submit, then reload same blank form when page "Refresh" clicked
Try this code. You need to use JS to refresh without POSTing again. <!DOCTYPE html > <head> <title>Refresher test</title> </head> <body> <br/><br/><h2>What Me Refresh</h2> <?php //If form not submitted, display form. if (!isset($_POST['submit'])||(($_POST['text']) == "")){ ?> <p><h3>Enter text in the box then select "Go":</h3></p> <form method="post" action="RfrshTst.php" > <textarea rows="5" cols="50" name="text" > </textarea> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Go" /> </form> <?php //If form submitted, process input. } else { //Retrieve show string from form submission. $txt = $_POST['text']; echo "The text you entered was : $txt"; ?> <button on

Categories : PHP

How to display errors on a page without validation Summary?
You could create an empty list of strings, and then each time you encounter an error just add it to the list. Then once you have all the errors in your list, you can just do this: string allErrors = string.Empty; foreach (string err in errorList) { allErrors += err + "<br />"; } if (allErrors != string.Empty) { ShowMessage(allErrors); }

Categories : C#

SimpleCV: traceback errors when opening Display()
Found the answer here: https://github.com/sightmachine/SimpleCV/issues/213 Apparently its an open issue (for over a year now) with the .deb package.

Categories : Python

How do i display errors and keep DIV ( specialbox) on page upon submission
I'd suggest using JQuery for this $('input[type=submit]').click(function(e) { e.preventDefault(); $.post("tradeform.php", $(this).parents('form').serialize(), function(response) { *INSERT RESPONSE HANDLER HERE* }); }); Obviously it's cleaner to replace the input type submit by a button to avoid having to preventDefault(). Your handler could show error messages, hide the form or do what ever else you'd want it to. Since your form is relatively straight-forward, have you considered using error messages built-in to HTML5 forms? https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/HTML/Forms_in_HTML

Categories : PHP

How to display web service errors using toast (Android)
simply append ur status code in toast thats all Toast.makeText(getBaseContext(),"JSON - Failed to download file"+status_code, Toast.LENGTH_LONG).show();

Categories : Java

Add error message if duplicate record exist in MVC Popup Form
If I'm not mistaking, ValidationSummary must be set to true to display custom errors. Edit: to be complete: In your AddNew.cshtml file, replace @Html.ValidationSummary(false, "Please fix the following errors:", new Dictionary<string, object> { { "id", "valSumId" } }); With: @Html.ValidationSummary(true, "Please fix the following errors:", new Dictionary<string, object> { { "id", "valSumId" } });

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

First form of nested form tags not responding to css display:none
No, nested forms are forbidden. This is expressed in the HTML 4.01 DTDs as: <!ELEMENT FORM - - (%block;|SCRIPT)+ -(FORM) -- interactive form --> — http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/interact/forms.html#h-17.3 A FORM has a mandatory start tag, mandatory end tag and can contain anything in %block or SCRIPT, except other FORMs. XML DTDs aren't as expressive as SGML DTDs so in XHTML this rule is specified only in the human readable text of the specification: form must not contain other form elements. — http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/#prohibitions HTML 5 isn't an SGML application and doesn't have an official machine readable description of the language. It also expresses this rule in text: Content model: Flow content, but with no form element descendants. — http://www.w3.org/TR/htm

Categories : Javascript

How can I display form validation messages on the same page as the form itself?
You can use something like the following to post the form with AJAX: $('#downloadForm').submit(function (e) { e.preventDefault(); // Don't let the form get submitted the normal way $.post("download.php", $('#downloadForm').serializeArray()).then(function (data) { $('notification').html(data); }, function (error) { $('notification').html("Network error submitting form - please try again"); }); }); There's a lot of improvements that can be made to this, but hopefully it's enough to get you started.

Categories : PHP

PHPUnit takes very long to display errors and fail
Maybe running tests with --stop-on-failure parameter can help you to not running other tests after error occurs and see reason of error immediately. > phpunit --stop-on-failure . Another option is to run your tests with --tap option to find which test slow down your tests > phpunit --tap .

Categories : PHP

Emacs: if latexmk finishes okay, then show pdf, else display errors
This answer provides a way to chain asynchronous commands, using sentinels to wait for each command to terminate before running the following. You need to adapt the sentinel in order to check the process exit status using process-exit-status. A minimal working example for you should be along the lines of: (defun run-latexmk () "Asynchronously run `latexmk' and attach a sentinel to it" (let ((process (start-process "latexmk" "*output*" "/bin/sh" "-c" "echo KO; false"))) (set-process-sentinel process 'latexmk-sentinel))) (defun latexmk-sentinel (p e) "Display the pdf if `latexmk' was successful" (when (= 0 (process-exit-status p)) (start-process "displaypdf" "*output*" "/bin/echo" "DISPLAY PDF"))) ;; Example use (with-cur

Categories : Emacs

Validation ERRORs in my form
You appear to have a couple of misplaced closing braces in tradeformresult.php. As a result, you're only setting $noErrors if no bid price is given. From what I can see, the last 2 braces should be moved up like this: if ($bidpriceNotGiven) { // we add new error into $errors $errors['bidprice'] = "Bid Price is required"; } // <===== Moved from below $offerpriceNotGiven = empty($_POST['offerprice']); // if name not given if ($offerpriceNotGiven) { // we add new error into $errors $errors['offerprice'] = "Offer price is required"; } // <===== Moved from below

Categories : Java

How to fix errors in php form submission?
i have slightly changed your code. You seem to be constructing email before validating it. you can have all code in one file rather than two. <?php // Set email variables $email_to = 'contact@mycompany.com'; $email_subject = 'New Contact Form Submission'; $ipaddress=$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']; // Set required fields $required_fields = array('fullname','email','country','message'); // set error messages $error_messages = array( 'fullname' => 'Please enter Your Name to proceed.', 'email' => 'Please enter a valid Email Address to contact.', 'country' => 'Please enter your country of residence.', 'message' => 'Please enter your message.' ); // check form submittal if(!empty($_POST)) { // Sanitise POST array foreach($_POST as $key=>$value){ if($key=="

Categories : PHP

PHP process form even with errors
You are not setting $formerrors=true when errors are encountered, so it is always set to false and the mail is always sent. Try something like this: if($myname === '') : $err_myname = '<div class="error"> Sorry, your name is rquired</div>'; $formerrors=true; endif;

Categories : PHP

How to get all form errors symfony2
Please use {{ form_row(form.name) }} instead of {{ form_widget(form.name) inside your templates to resolve the issue.... form_widget only renders the field's html while form_row renders the combination of form_label, form_widget and form_errors. Have a look at the documentation here. If your form bubbles up the errors as global errors try setting error_bubbling to false ( defaults to true ) inside your form's default options like this: $this->createFormBuilder($entity, array( 'error_bubbling' => false, 'data_class' => 'VendorMyBundleEntityName', // ... more options ) )

Categories : Forms

How to display validation errors when editing data in telerik window?
So! after hours of struggling here is my solution! not sure if it is the right way but it does whay I want! in the main view, instead of redirecting the ajax form result to the first partial view (the one displaying the user info), I redirect it to the div that contains the popup (I know, that first step was obvious but it took me hours to figure it out...) so here is the change of the "UpdateTargetId" : @* Telerik window used as popup to display the edit partial view *@ @{ Html.Telerik().Window() .Name("EditWindow") .Title("Edit Controller info") .Content(@<text> @using (Ajax.BeginForm("_EditUser", new AjaxOptions { HttpMethod = "Post" ,UpdateTargetId = "EditUser"

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

Windows form have a messagebox display when x-ing out of form?
FormClosing += new FormClosingEventHandler(Form1_FormClosing); And: void Form1_FormClosing(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e) { if (MessageBox.Show("...","...", MessageBoxButtons.OKCancel) == DialogResult.OK) e.Cancel = true; }

Categories : C#

MVC4 edit method changes values to null if correspndong fields don't exist in the form
No you can't, if you want to keep the old values then you have to get the record first and then manually assign the values that you want to update. The only other way is to go through your entity property by property and tag which ones you want to modify, like so: db.MyEntity.Attach(myEntity); db.Entry(myEntity).Property(e => e.MyProperty).IsModified = true; db.SaveChanges(); either way you end up having to do the manual work yourself.

Categories : Entity Framework

How can I display HTML in a
By default the innerHTML-ed expression result is sanitized using the $sanitize service which would require you to include ngSanitize in your module's dependencies. <div data-ng-bind-html="pageHtml"></div> However if you trust the HTML to be safe, you can bypass sanitization using $sce service that you would inject in your controller: $scope.someSafeContent = $sce.trustAsHtml("<i>Hello</i> <b>World!</b>"); HTML: <!-- bypasses sanitizaton --> <div data-ng-bind-html="someSafeContent"></div>

Categories : Angularjs



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