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Vix

Community Member, 25 Posts

15 January 2014 at 8:14pm

Edited: 15/01/2014 8:16pm

This is the first time I have gotten into using URL parameters to control various events and I am having a few problems.

What I need is to be able to click on a link that opens a lightbox with a contact form inside to contact a specific member.

I have set up my routes.yml file as follows:

---
Name: popuprules
---
Director:
rules:
'contact-pop-up//$Action/$ID': ContactPopUp

My ContactPopUp.php file:

class ContactPopUp extends Controller {
   
   private static $allowed_actions = array(
    'contactmember',
       'ContactForm'
   );
   
   public static $url_handlers = array(
'contactmember/$Action/$ID' => 'contactmember'
);
   
   public function contactmember(SS_HTTPRequest $request) {
      $member = Member::currentUserID();
      if($member){
         return $this->ContactForm();
      } else {
         return 'not logged in';
      }
}
   
   public function ContactForm(){
      $MemberID = $this->request->param('ID');
      $do = Member::get();
      $do = $do->filter(array('ID' => $MemberID));
      foreach($do as $member){
         $to_email = $member->Email;
      }
      
      $fields = new FieldList(
         new TextField('Name'),
         new EmailField('Email'),
         new TextField('Subject'),
         new TextField('Phone'),   
         new TextAreaField('Message','Message'),
         new HiddenField('EmailTo', '',$to_email)   
      );
      
      $actions = new FieldList(
         new FormAction('submitContact', 'Submit')
      );
      
      $form = new Form($this, 'ContactForm', $fields, $actions);
      
      return $form;
   }
   
   function submitContact($data, $form) {
$from = $data['Email'];
      $to = $data['EmailTo'];
      $subject = 'Enquiry';
      $email = new Email($from, $to, $subject);
      $email->setTemplate('ContactEmail');
      $email->populateTemplate($data);
      $email->send();
Controller::redirect($this->Link("?success=1"));
}
   
   

}

But I keep getting the result

Action '3' isn't available on class Form.

Where 3 is the correct user ID I want to access.

How do I make this available on the form class? Do I need to add something else to the routes.yml file?

Hoping someone can help.
Thanks