this is really more of a nitpick item than a real issue, but I like to have my URL look as clean as possible Currently in my actions I am extending LookupDispatchAction. This means that I need to have the "method" parameter populated when I hand off to the page. I have overridden the unspecified() method so that it will go to a default pae, but it still needs to have method in that url:
the problem is that I am not navigating to this page via a page sumbit, and so that needs to be coded in. Is there another way to do this without putting it into the url though? thanks
You shouldn't need the method in your URL. It will call unspecified() if you don't, which is want you want, right?
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when I do that I get this
Request[/example] does not contain handler parameter named method
when I simply put in the ?method after that however (as specified above) it does use the unspecified method.
Perhaps somewhere along the line I have coded something wrong. Does anyone have a simple example I can use to set this up right. I really didn't think it was hard. Here is what my method looks like inside of the action it's hitting:
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