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Problem with formRequest

Reported by dukeofgaming | April 8th, 2011 @ 11:17 PM | in

Quoting Aaron:

You'll note that on line 188 and 204 (and elsewhere) we store the instance
on the element as "form.request" but on line 214 it's "formRequest" so it
doesn't retrieve it. So element.formUpdate is broken.
For the time being, you can just create the instance the regular way (var fq
= new Form.Request(form, updateElement, options)). Would you like to open a lighthouse ticket for this bug? (just paste in this
last part). I can do it, but if you do it you'll get emails as we work on it
and resolve it.

And Arian:

this.get('formRequest') should get the Form.Request instance, which is correct, however Element.Properties.formRequest is broken, and also you
can only do this.get('formRequest') because it doesn't accept multiple
arguments, like is used in formUpdate.

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