Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Re: where can i get the results of RequestContext's fire method?

You can listen for EntityProxyChange events on the EventBus. If your entity has been edited a corresponding event will be fired so you can fetch a fresh copy from the server.

Alternatively you could define a persist() method in your RequestContext that does return the persisted Entity. That way the persisted entity will be send back to you. Your code would look like:

ExampleRequest er = RF.exampleRequest();
  new Receiver<YourEntity>() { 
     public void onSuccess(YourEntity yourPersistedEntity) {

editorDriver.edit(yourEntity, er);
editorDriver.flush().fire(); //which will call the receiver from above.

-- J.

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