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While experimenting with Dancer2, DBIx::Class and HTML::FormFu I'm lost with some code that looks okay.. but doesn't work. Hopefully the limited set of lines is sufficient to give a hint about where I'm taking a wrong direction.

I've set up the database, schema. Everything seems to work. In the schema the 'Client' table belongs to 'Country' (a country can have multiple clients). With the following route set up in Dancer2 I get a list of clients.

# list clients get '/clients' => sub { my @clients_and_countries = resultset('Client')->search( {}, { join => ['country'], } ); template 'clients' => { clients => \@clients_and_countries }; };

The problem arises where I try to show a database record in a form so that I can make changes. Just the fields from a single table works but the field from the join doesn't show.

# change clients get '/client-bewerk/:id' => sub { my $id = route_parameters->get('id'); # no result my $client = resultset('Client') ->search( { 'client_id' => $id }, { join => ['country'], } ); # no result # my $client = resultset('Client')->search( { "client_id" => $id, +} ); # # This code works though... # my $client = resultset('Client')->find($id); # .... it doesn't show the Country # my $form = HTML::FormFu->new; $form->load_config_file("forms/addclient.yml"); $form->model('DBIC'); $form->stash( schema => $schema ); $form->model->default_values($client); template 'add-client', { myform => $form }; };

In reply to Dancer2, DBIx::Class and HTML::FormFu: showing database record in html-form to edit by GertMT

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