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Edit Box in JSF

murugesan govind
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Joined: Mar 09, 2008
Posts: 10
Hi,

How to create Edit box in JSFv1.0?

My requirement is, I have one link and if i click that link it should show one popup window which should allow me to do some operation like type name to store in backend bean, it is very very similar to JavaScript prompt() but I need with colorful in JSF technology.
Pls advise me,

Regards
Murugesan
Zbyszko Palka
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 10, 2006
Posts: 13
Hello,
have you considered something more than pure JSF ? Maybe something like RichFaces and its ModalPanel

Or do you really need pure JSF (1.0) ?
BR
Zbyszko
murugesan govind
Greenhorn

Joined: Mar 09, 2008
Posts: 10
Hi Zbyszko,

My need is same as RichFace's ModalPanel and I tried the richfaces implementation in my local environment but its not working, pls help me for the richfaces implementation or I need the pure JSF edit box.

I am into portal(JSR168 Portlet) development on Websphere Portal Serverv6.0 and richfaces supports from JSF v1.1 but I have the JSF v1.0 in my local environment.

My Local Environment:
* RSA 7.0 (presently it supports JSF v1.0, it shows in the faces-cofig.xml)
* Websphere Portal Server v6.0 (which uses WAS v6.0 internally)
* J2RE 1.4

Questions:
* How to upgrade from JSFv1.0 to JSFv1.1 in RSA v7.0.05.
* How to set the JSF runtime(to support JSFv1.1) in WASv6.0
(By default, WASv6.0 supports JSFv1.0 runtime environment)
OR
I need pure JSFv1.0 Edit Box.

Pls advise me,

Regards
Murugesan
Zbyszko Palka
Greenhorn

Joined: Nov 10, 2006
Posts: 13
Hi,
i have no idea how to force your RSA to use JSF 1.1. I have never used RSA.
If you need to show to user prompt box you can simply create new page containing "colorful" content, open this page in small popup window (using js) after click on the url you have mentioned. And when user fill all inputs you can update main form (on the page from where you have opened popup window) also using js.

BR
Zbyszko
 
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