Deprecation: #66588 - POST Data in selectviewhelper should have higher priority than “value” value¶
See Issue #66588
Submitted form data has precedence over value arguments.
This adjusts the behavior of all Form ViewHelpers so that any submitted value is redisplayed even if a “value” argument has been specified.
The issue with this, however, was that upon re-display of the form due to property-mapping or validation errors the value argument had precedence over the previously submitted value.
This is a breaking change if you expect the previous behavior of form ViewHelpers always being pre-populated with the specified value attribute / bound object property even when re-displaying the form upon validation errors.
Besides this the change marks
deprecated. If you call that method in your custom ViewHelpers you should use
AbstractFormFieldViewHelper::getValueAttribute() instead and call
explicitly if the ViewHelper might be bound to (sub)entities.
The default usage of getValueAttribute() did not respect the submitted form data,
because not every viewhelper needs this feature. But you can enable the usage of
the form data by setting
AbstractFormFieldViewHelper::respectSubmittedDataValue to TRUE.