Form::Sensible::Field::Select - A multiple-choice option field
use Form::Sensible::Field::Select; my $select_field = Form::Sensible::Field::Select->new( name => 'bread_type' accepts_multiple => 1 ); $select_field->add_option('wheat', 'Wheat Bread'); $select_field->add_option('white', 'White Bread'); $select_field->add_option('sour', 'Sourdough Bread'); $select_field->set_selection('sour', 'white');
This Field type allows a user to select one or more options from a provided set of options. This could be rendered as a select box, a radio group or even a series of checkboxes, depending on the renderer and the render hints provided.
Flag for if this field allows multiple options to be selected. Defaults to false. Note that the value returned by a select field where 'accepts_multiple' is true will always be an arrayref, even if only a single option was selected.
The options for the Select field as an array ref. See get_options().
Returns an array ref containing the allowed options. Each option is represented as a hash containing a
nameelement and a
valueelement for the given option.
Adds the provided option values as selected. If
accepts_multipleis true, the provided options will be set IN ADDITION to any existing selections.
Sets the provided option values as selected. If
accepts_multipleis false, only the first item will be set as selected.
options_delegateIS provided, has no effect whatsoever. Otherwise it adds the provided value and display name to the set of options that can be selected for this field.
Returns the additional configuration attributes for this Field class as a hashref.
options_delegateis called to obtain the valid options for this field. It is expected to return an array ref of options. Each option should be a hash entry with a
namekey and a
valuekey. If no
options_delegateis provided, defaults to delegating to itself, using internal storage of options (using the
add_optionmechanism outlined above)
values_ok_delegateis called to validate the values selected for the field. It is passed an arrayref containing the selected values and should return an array of error messages if any of the values are invalid, or undef otherwise. If no
values_ok_delegateis provided, the default delegate simply loops over the options returned by the
options_delegateand checks each value provided in turn. If retrieving options is an expensive operation (say pulling from a DB table) it is often less expensive to check the specific values provided rather than pulling back all options and then comparing them. This delegate action provides for that possibility.
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