ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago

autocomplete

<Controller control={control} name="status" render={({ field }) => ( <Autocomplete {...field} options={statusOptions} getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label} onChange={(, value) => { field.onChange(value?.value ?? value); }} isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) => value === undefined || option?.value?.toString() === (value?.value ?? value)?.toString() } renderInput={(params) => ( <TextField {...params} /> )} /> )} /> im getting this problem: Type '{ options: { value: string; label: string; }[]; getOptionLabel: (option: { value: string; label: string; }) => string; onChange: (: SyntheticEvent<Element, Event>, value: { ...; } | null) => void; ... 6 more ...; ref: RefCallBack; }' is not assignable to type 'AutocompleteProps<{ value: string; label: string; }, false, false, false, "div">'. Types of property 'value' are incompatible. Type '"ACTIVE" | "IN_ACTIVE"' is not assignable to type '{ value: string; label: string; } | null | undefined'. Type 'string' is not assignable to type '{ value: string; label: string; }'.ts(2322)
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kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Hi @tuanna. I'm kapa.ai, your friendly support bot. I will try to answer your question by searching through the knowledge base. :wave: ---------------------- The error message you're seeing is due to a type mismatch between the value prop in your Autocomplete component and the expected type. The value prop in Autocomplete is expecting an object of the form { value: string; label: string; }, but it seems like it's receiving a string instead. In your onChange handler, you're passing value?.value ?? value to field.onChange. This could potentially pass a string to field.onChange if value?.value is undefined, which might be causing the issue. You might want to check the data structure of your statusOptions and the values you're passing to field.onChange to ensure they match the expected types. Here's a similar example from the extracts: ```tsx <Controller
control={control}
name="category"
rules={{ required: "This field is required" }}
// eslint-disable-next-line
defaultValue={null as any}
render={({ field }) => (
<Autocomplete
{...categoryAutocompleteProps}
{...field}
onChange={(
, value) => {
field.onChange(value);
}}
getOptionLabel={(item) => {
return (
categoryAutocompleteProps?.options?.find(
(p) =>
p?.id?.toString() ===
item?.id?.toString(),
)?.title ?? ""
);
}}
isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) =>
value === undefined ||
option?.id?.toString() ===
(value?.id ?? value)?.toString()
}
renderInput={(params) => (
<TextField
{...params}
label="Category"
margin="normal"
variant="outlined"
error={!!(errors as any)?.category?.id}
helperText={
(errors as any)?.category?.id?.message
}
required
/>
)}
/>
)}
/>
</Box>
</Create>
);
}; `` In this example, the onChange handler is simply passing value to field.onChange, and the getOptionLabel and isOptionEqualToValue functions are using the id property of the option object. You might want to adjust your code to follow a similar pattern, depending on the structure of your statusOptions`. If you're still having trouble, you might want to consult the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs) or ask for help in the Refine community. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
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ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago
const statusOptions = [ { value: "IN_ACTIVE", label: "In Active" }, { value: "ACTIVE", label: "Active" }, ]; is it valid? @kapa.ai
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, your statusOptions array is valid. It's an array of objects, and each object has a value and a label property, both of which are strings. This is a common pattern for defining options in select inputs or autocomplete components. Here's your statusOptions for reference:
const statusOptions = [
{ value: "IN_ACTIVE", label: "In Active" },
{ value: "ACTIVE", label: "Active" },
];
const statusOptions = [
{ value: "IN_ACTIVE", label: "In Active" },
{ value: "ACTIVE", label: "Active" },
];
This should work well with components that expect options in this format. Just make sure that when you're using these options, the component and its handlers are expecting objects with value and label properties. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
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ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago
example of categoryAutocompleteProps @kapa.ai
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- The categoryAutocompleteProps is an object returned by the useAutocomplete hook from Refine. It contains properties that can be spread into an Autocomplete component to provide it with necessary functionality. Here's an example of how categoryAutocompleteProps is used in the code extracts:
const { autocompleteProps: categoryAutocompleteProps } = useAutocomplete({
resource: "categories",
defaultValue: samplesData?.category?.id,
});

return (
<Autocomplete
{...categoryAutocompleteProps}
getOptionLabel={(item) => item.title}
isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) =>
value === undefined || option?.id?.toString() === (value?.id ?? value)?.toString()
}
placeholder="Select a category"
renderInput={(params) => (
<TextField
{...params}
label="Category"
margin="normal"
variant="outlined"
required
/>
)}
/>
);
const { autocompleteProps: categoryAutocompleteProps } = useAutocomplete({
resource: "categories",
defaultValue: samplesData?.category?.id,
});

return (
<Autocomplete
{...categoryAutocompleteProps}
getOptionLabel={(item) => item.title}
isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) =>
value === undefined || option?.id?.toString() === (value?.id ?? value)?.toString()
}
placeholder="Select a category"
renderInput={(params) => (
<TextField
{...params}
label="Category"
margin="normal"
variant="outlined"
required
/>
)}
/>
);
In this example, useAutocomplete is called with a configuration object that specifies the resource ("categories") and a default value (samplesData?.category?.id). The returned autocompleteProps (renamed to categoryAutocompleteProps here) are then spread into an Autocomplete component. The getOptionLabel and isOptionEqualToValue props are also specified to customize the display of options and the comparison of option values, respectively. For more details, you can refer to the Refine documentation on useAutocomplete (https://refine.dev/docs/api-reference/mui/hooks/useAutocomplete/). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
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ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago
can i use useAutocomplete for fixed options? @kapa.ai
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Yes, you can use the useAutocomplete hook with fixed options. However, the useAutocomplete hook is primarily designed to fetch data from a resource, so you would need to provide a workaround for fixed options. One way to do this is to ignore the resource prop and directly provide the options to the Autocomplete component from Material-UI. Here's an example:
import { Autocomplete, TextField } from "@mui/material";

const statusOptions = [
{ value: "IN_ACTIVE", label: "In Active" },
{ value: "ACTIVE", label: "Active" },
];

const MyComponent: React.FC = () => {
const [value, setValue] = React.useState(null);

return (
<Autocomplete
value={value}
onChange={(event, newValue) => {
setValue(newValue);
}}
options={statusOptions}
getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label}
renderInput={(params) => <TextField {...params} label="Status" />}
/>
);
};
import { Autocomplete, TextField } from "@mui/material";

const statusOptions = [
{ value: "IN_ACTIVE", label: "In Active" },
{ value: "ACTIVE", label: "Active" },
];

const MyComponent: React.FC = () => {
const [value, setValue] = React.useState(null);

return (
<Autocomplete
value={value}
onChange={(event, newValue) => {
setValue(newValue);
}}
options={statusOptions}
getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label}
renderInput={(params) => <TextField {...params} label="Status" />}
/>
);
};
In this example, statusOptions are directly provided to the Autocomplete component, and the selected value is managed with local state. Please note that this is a workaround and might not provide all the features that useAutocomplete offers for data fetched from a resource. For more complex use cases, you might want to consider using a data fetching library or creating a custom hook. For more information, you can refer to the Refine documentation (https://refine.dev/docs) or the Material-UI Autocomplete documentation (https://mui.com/components/autocomplete/). ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
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ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago
@kapa.ai but my Autocomplete is rendered from a controller like this: <Controller control={control} name="status" render={({ field }) => ( <Autocomplete {...field} options={statusOptions} getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label} onChange={(_, value) => { field.onChange(value?.value ?? value); }} isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) => value === undefined || option?.value?.toString() === (value?.value ?? value)?.toString() } renderInput={(params) => ( <TextField {...params} label={t("products.filter.status.label")} placeholder={t("products.filter.status.placeholder")} margin="normal" variant="outlined" size="small" /> )} /> )} />
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: ---------------------- Your code looks correct for using a Controller from react-hook-form to wrap an Autocomplete component from Material-UI. The Controller is used to connect the Autocomplete with the form's state. Here's your code for reference:
<Controller
control={control}
name="status"
render={({ field }) => (
<Autocomplete
{...field}
options={statusOptions}
getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label}
onChange={(_, value) => {
field.onChange(value?.value ?? value);
}}
isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) =>
value === undefined ||
option?.value?.toString() ===
(value?.value ?? value)?.toString()
}
renderInput={(params) => (
<TextField
{...params}
label={t("products.filter.status.label")}
placeholder={t("products.filter.status.placeholder")}
margin="normal"
variant="outlined"
size="small"
/>
)}
/>
)}
/>
<Controller
control={control}
name="status"
render={({ field }) => (
<Autocomplete
{...field}
options={statusOptions}
getOptionLabel={(option) => option.label}
onChange={(_, value) => {
field.onChange(value?.value ?? value);
}}
isOptionEqualToValue={(option, value) =>
value === undefined ||
option?.value?.toString() ===
(value?.value ?? value)?.toString()
}
renderInput={(params) => (
<TextField
{...params}
label={t("products.filter.status.label")}
placeholder={t("products.filter.status.placeholder")}
margin="normal"
variant="outlined"
size="small"
/>
)}
/>
)}
/>
In this code: - control is passed to the Controller to connect it to the form's state. - name="status" sets the name of the field in the form's state. - The render prop is used to render the Autocomplete component. - field.onChange is called with the selected value in the onChange handler of Autocomplete to update the form's state. - getOptionLabel is used to determine what to display for each option. - isOptionEqualToValue is used to determine if a given option is selected. - renderInput is used to render the text field within the Autocomplete. This setup should work if statusOptions is an array of objects with value and label properties, and the form's state for the status field is managed correctly. If you're having issues, you might want to check the values of statusOptions and the form's state. ---------------------- Note: you can ask me a follow up question by @ mentioning me again :speech_balloon: ----------------------
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
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ratty-blush
ratty-blush8mo ago
@kapa.ai but its still getting this error : Type '{ options: { value: string; label: string; }[]; getOptionLabel: (option: { value: string; label: string; }) => string; onChange: (_: SyntheticEvent<Element, Event>, value: { ...; } | null) => void; ... 6 more ...; ref: RefCallBack; }' is not assignable to type 'AutocompleteProps<{ value: string; label: string; }, false, false, false, "div">'. Types of property 'value' are incompatible. Type '"ACTIVE" | "IN_ACTIVE"' is not assignable to type '{ value: string; label: string; } | null | undefined'. Type 'string' is not assignable to type '{ value: string; label: string; }'.ts(2322) (alias) function Autocomplete<Value, Multiple extends boolean | undefined = false, DisableClearable extends boolean | undefined = false, FreeSolo extends boolean | undefined = false, ChipComponent extends React.ElementType<any> = "div">(props: AutocompleteProps<Value, Multiple, DisableClearable, FreeSolo, ChipComponent>): JSX.Element
kapa.ai
kapa.ai8mo ago
Let me check the knowledge base for you. One moment! :books: @tuanna_ That's a great question, but unfortunately I am only capable of responding to a maximum of five questions per thread. Don't hesitate to create a new thread for any further questions you have though. I'm here to help!