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    How can I overwrite the url of OpenLayers.Protocol.HTTP?


    How can I overwrite the url of OpenLayers.Protocol.HTTP? I tried

    Code:
    searchformPanel.protocol.url
    and it works (checked with console.log), but at the end the original url is sent (in the code below: url: '/fs/') (see attached picture).

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    This is the code:

    Code:
    var searchformPanel = new GeoExt.form.FormPanel({
          border: false,
          width: 250,
          protocol: new OpenLayers.Protocol.HTTP({
            url: '/fs/',
            format: new OpenLayers.Format.GeoJSON()
          }),
          items:[{
            xtype: 'combo',
            id: 'idcombo',
            store: new Ext.data.SimpleStore({
              fields:['fsclass','ollayer'],
              data:[["Boreholes","Boreholes"],["All_layers","All layers"]]
            }),
            displayField: 'ollayer',
            valueField: 'fsclass',
            fieldLabel: 'Layer',
            emptyText: 'select a layer',
            submitValue: false,
            selectOnFocus: true,
            mode: 'local',
            typeAhead: true,
            editable: false,
            forceSelection: true,
            triggerAction: 'all'
          },{
            xtype: 'textfield',
            id: 'idtextfield',
            fieldLabel: 'Find features',
            emptyText: 'enter word',
            name: 'comments__like',
            allowBlank: false
          }],
          listeners:{
            actioncomplete: function(form, action){
              searchShowTip(action.response.features);
            }
          },
          buttons:[{
            text: 'search',
            listeners:{
              click: function(){
    
                var comboLayer = Ext.getCmp('idcombo').getRawValue();
                var keyword = Ext.getCmp('idtextfield').getRawValue();
    
                var newUrl = '/fs/' + comboLayer + '?format=GeoJSON&comments__ilike=' + keyword + '&queryable=comments';
                console.log('1:' + newUrl);
    
                //this gets '/fs/' from the searchformPanel
                console.log('2:' + searchformPanel.protocol.url);
    
                searchformPanel.protocol.url = newUrl;
                console.log('3:' + searchformPanel.protocol.url);
    
                searchformPanel.search();
              }
            }
          }]
      });
    Please any support about this is very welcome, thank you!

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    I'm not entirely sure I'm understanding the issue?

    Could you clarify exactly what you're expecting, opposed to what is actually happening?

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    thanks willigogs for the answer, this is happening in the code:

    Code:
    searchformPanel.protocol.url = newUrl;
    should set a new url in the url of the protocol of the formPanel (ie. searchformPanel.protocol.url), which is this:

    (1)
    Code:
    /fs/Boreholes?format=GeoJSON&comments__ilike=basin&queryable=comments
    however, after pressing the search button, the original url (ie. url in the protocol + values chosen in the formPanel) is sent, ie:

    (2)
    Code:
    /fs/?comments__ilike=basin&queryable=comments
    the difference between (1) and (2) is that the latter is missing Boreholes and format=GeoJSON&. I expect that (1) will be sent instead of (2).

    I hope this will be clearer.

    Gery

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    The solution was to simply take the protocol outside the formPanel and use "protocol.options.url = newUrl;", thanks willigogs for support

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