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dolmen.forms.base 1.0 Beta 2

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dolmen.forms.base is a package in charge of providing basic functionalities to work with zeam.form Forms.<br />From the form to the field<br /><br />dolmen.forms.base provides few functions dedicated to the task of applying dict datas to object fields and to trigger events in order to inform handlers of the updates<br />Applying values<br /><br />We create our test model:<br /><br />>>> from zope.schema import TextLine, Choice<br />>>> from zope.interface import Interface, implements<br /><br />>>> class ICaveman(Interface):<br />... name = TextLine(title=u'a name')<br />... weapon = Choice(title=u'a weapon',<br />... values=[u'none', u'a club', u'a spear'])<br /><br />>>> class Neanderthal(object):<br />... implements(ICaveman)<br />... def __init__(self):<br />... self.name = u"no name"<br />... self.weapon = u"none"<br /><br />>>> moshe = Neanderthal()<br />>>> moshe.name<br />u'no name'<br />>>> moshe.weapon<br />u'none'<br /><br />We can now use the first function, set_fields_data. It takes the fields list, extracted thanks to the Fields collection, the content and the data dictionnary. The result of this call is a dictionnary, with the interface in which the field is defined and the field identifier as a value:<br /><br />>>> from dolmen.forms.base import Fields, set_fields_data<br /><br />>>> fields = Fields(ICaveman)<br />>>> for field in fields: print field<br /><TextLineSchemaField a name><br /><ChoiceSchemaField a weapon><br /><br />>>> data = {u'name': u'Grok', u'weapon': u'a club'}<br /><br />>>> changes = set_fields_data(fields, moshe, data)<br />>>> print changes<br />{<InterfaceClass __builtin__.ICaveman>: [u'weapon', u'name']}<br /><br />>>> moshe.name<br />u'Grok'<br />>>> moshe.weapon<br />u'a club'<br /><br />Values of the data dict can contain markers, to warn of a possible special case : the value is missing or there are no changes. In these two cases, the value assignation is skipped:<br /><br />>>> from dolmen.forms.base import NO_VALUE, NO_CHANGE<br />>>> data = {u'name': NO_VALUE, u'weapon': NO_CHANGE}<br /><br />>>> changes = set_fields_data(fields, moshe, data)<br />>>> print changes<br />{}<br /><br />Generating changes Attributes for events<br /><br />One advantage of generating a dict of changes is that you can trigger event that are aware of a certain format of changes. The IObjectModifiedEvent, for exemple, uses the changes log to trigger the reindexation of the modified fields. The function notify_changes is dedicated to notifying a given event of the applied changes. It takes the content, the changes dict and an event as arguments. If the event argument is omitted, ObjectModifiedEvent is used by default.<br /><br />We first generate a changes dict:<br /><br />>>> data = {u'name': u'Grok', u'weapon': u'a club'}<br />>>> changes = set_fields_data(fields, moshe, data)<br />>>> print changes<br />{<InterfaceClass __builtin__.ICaveman>: [u'weapon', u'name']}<br /><br />We can now set a logger for the IObjectModifiedEvent, in order to check if the changes are being broadcasted:<br /><br />>>> from zope.component import adapter, provideHandler<br />>>> from zope.lifecycleevent import IObjectModifiedEvent<br /><br />>>> logger = []<br /><br />>>> @adapter(ICaveman, IObjectModifiedEvent)<br />... def changes_broadcasted(content, event):<br />... logger.append(event.descriptions)<br /><br />>>> provideHandler(changes_broadcasted)<br /><br />We can now feed it to the function:<br /><br />>>> from dolmen.forms.base import notify_changes<br />>>> change_log = notify_changes(moshe, changes)<br /><br />The logger must have been trigged. We can check its value:<br /><br />>>> logger<br />[(<zope.lifecycleevent.Attributes object at ...>,)]<br /><br />>>> for attrs in logger[0]:<br />... print attrs.interface, attrs.attributes<br /><InterfaceClass __builtin__.ICaveman> (u'weapon', u'name')<br /><br />Field update event<br /><br />dolmen.forms.base also proposes the definition of a new component that can be used to atomize the updating process of an object: IFieldUpdate.<br /><br />To demonstrate this IFieldUpdate, we are going to implement a simple usecase where we instanciate a content, change a value and notify the IFieldUpdate components. For that, we'll use a basic logger object:<br /><br />>>> logger = []<br /><br />Once this is done, we can define two IFieldUpdate components. We implement them as named adapters. We'll retrieve them thanks to a "getAdapters" call:<br /><br />>>> from zope.interface import implementer<br />>>> from dolmen.forms.base import IFieldUpdate<br /><br />>>> @implementer(IFieldUpdate)<br />... @adapter(TextLine, ICaveman)<br />... def updated_title(field, context):<br />... if field.__name__ == u"name":<br />... logger.append('Name updated on %r with `%s`' %<br />... (context, getattr(context, field.__name__)))<br /><br />>>> @implementer(IFieldUpdate)<br />... @adapter(TextLine, Interface)<br />... def updated_textfield(field, context):<br />... logger.append('A text field has been updated')<br /><br />The components need to be named since they are adapters: we don't want them to override each other. For the example, we want them both. let's register them:<br /><br />>>> from zope.component import provideAdapter<br />>>> provideAdapter(updated_title, name="updatetitle")<br />>>> provideAdapter(updated_textfield, name="updatetext")<br /><br />Now, we develop the small scenarii : we instanciate a Content, add a value for the name attribute and call the adapters:<br /><br />>>> manfred = Neanderthal()<br />>>> manfred.name = u"Manfred the Mighty"<br /><br />>>> from zope.component import getAdapters<br />>>> adapters = getAdapters((ICaveman['name'], manfred), IFieldUpdate)<br />>>> for adapter in adapters:<br />... # We run through the generator<br />... pass<br /><br />>>> for line in logger: print line<br />Name updated on <Neanderthal object at ...> with `Manfred the Mighty`<br />A text field has been updated<br /><br />The form model<br /><br />dolmen.forms.base provides a form baseclass defining several useful methods and overriding some default behavior from zeam.form.<br /><br /> >>> from zope.interface import implementedBy<br /> >>> from dolmen.forms.base import ApplicationForm<br /><br />The provided component, ApplicationForm, inherits from the base zeam.form components and implements some extra methods, allowing it to fit into your application, such as flash, to emit messages to given sources. It's also layout aware:<br /><br />>>> for interface in implementedBy(ApplicationForm):<br />... print interface<br /><InterfaceClass megrok.layout.interfaces.IPage><br /><InterfaceClass zeam.form.base.interfaces.ISimpleForm><br /><InterfaceClass zeam.form.base.interfaces.ISimpleFormCanvas><br /><InterfaceClass zeam.form.base.interfaces.IGrokViewSupport><br /><InterfaceClass zeam.form.base.interfaces.IFormData><br /><InterfaceClass zope.publisher.interfaces.browser.IBrowserPage><br /><InterfaceClass zope.browser.interfaces.IBrowserView><br /><InterfaceClass zope.location.interfaces.ILocation><br /><br />As zeam.form uses Chameleon as a template engine, it is import we are able to compute the current request locale, in order to get the right translation environment:<br /><br />>>> from grokcore.component import Context<br />>>> from zope.publisher.browser import TestRequest<br /><br />>>> item = Context()<br />>>> request = TestRequest()<br /><br />>>> form = ApplicationForm(item, request)<br />>>> print form.i18nLanguage<br />None<br /><br />>>> request = TestRequest(environ={'HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE': "en,fr"})<br />>>> form = ApplicationForm(item, request)<br />>>> print form.i18nLanguage<br />en<br /><br />Further more, the ApplicationForm overrides the extractData method from the zeam.form Form in order to compute the interfaces invariants.<br />Declaring the invariants<br /><br /> >>> from zope.schema import Password<br /> >>> from zope.interface import invariant, Interface<br /> >>> from zope.interface.exceptions import Invalid<br /><br /> >>> class IPasswords(Interface):<br /> ... passwd = Password(<br /> ... title=u"Password",<br /> ... description=u"Type the password.",<br /> ... required=True)<br /> ...<br /> ... verify = Password(<br /> ... title=u"Password checking",<br /> ... description=u"Retype the password.",<br /> ... required=True)<br /> ...<br /> ... @invariant<br /> ... def check_pass(data):<br /> ... if data.passwd != data.verify:<br /> ... raise Invalid(u"Mismatching passwords!")<br /><br /> >>> from zeam.form.base import Fields<br /> >>> from grokcore.component import testing<br /><br /> >>> class MyForm(ApplicationForm):<br /> ... ignoreContent = True<br /> ... ignoreRequest = False<br /> ... fields = Fields(IPasswords)<br /><br />Default behavior<br /><br /> >>> form = MyForm(item, request)<br /> >>> form.update()<br /> >>> form.updateForm()<br /> >>> data, errors = form.extractData()<br /><br /> >>> print data<br /> {'passwd': <Marker NO_VALUE>, 'verify': <Marker NO_VALUE>}<br /><br /> >>> for error in errors:<br /> ... print error.title<br /> Missing required value.<br /> Missing required value.<br /> There were errors.<br /><br /> >>> for error in form.formErrors:<br /> ... print error.title<br /> There were errors.<br /><br />Errors computing<br /><br /> >>> post = TestRequest(form = {'form.field.passwd': u'test',<br /> ... 'form.field.verify': u'fail'})<br /> >>> form = MyForm(item, post)<br /> >>> form.update()<br /> >>> form.updateForm()<br /> >>> data, errors = form.extractData()<br /><br /> >>> print data<br /> {'passwd': u'test', 'verify': u'fail'}<br /><br />The returned error is a collection of Error components. Using the form prefix as an identifier, it logically wraps all the errors created by the invariants validation:<br /><br />>>> for error in form.formErrors:<br />... print error.title<br />Mismatching passwords!<br /><br />>>> form.errors.get(form.prefix) == form.formErrors[0]<br />True<br /><br />Mixed Fields<br /><br />There are two types of fields, one from zeam.form.base, the other from zope.schema. They are both useable in a form, separately or mixed:<br /><br />>>> from zeam.form.base import Field<br />>>> from dolmen.forms.base import Fields<br />>>> class MixedForm(ApplicationForm):<br />... ignoreContent = True<br />... ignoreRequest = False<br />... fields = Fields(IPasswords) + Field(u'Name')<br /><br /><br />>>> mixedform = MixedForm(item, post)<br />>>> mixedform.update()<br />>>> [x.title for x in mixedform.fields]<br />[u'Password', u'Password checking', u'Name']<br /><br />>>> mixedform.updateForm()<br />>>> data, errors = mixedform.extractData()<br /><br />>>> print form.formErrors<br />[<Error Mismatching passwords!>]<br /><br />>>> for error in form.formErrors:<br />... print error.title<br />Mismatching passwords!<br /><br />#md5=cd8bdf86bad0b3f19db6738145b3561a

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