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Facing Problem with trinidad components

Rax Malhotra

Joined: Nov 19, 2007
Posts: 18
Hi All,

I am using trinidad components in my web application, which is based on spring, hibernate & using trinidad components.

Sometimes there is an issue with the rendering of the components......the components are showing irregular behaviour while rendering.

When i run the application in "Internet Explorer 6" on XP or 2000, the components redered properly but when i run it on IE7, the styles(css) are not getting applied and the components are occuring many times etc etc.....

Is this an issue with the browser or with the OS.

Can somebody help me in this regard.

any help will be appreciated.


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Rax Malhotra

Joined: Nov 19, 2007
Posts: 18
Is there anybody who is facing the same problem like me......???
Rax Malhotra

Joined: Nov 19, 2007
Posts: 18
Any Bdy Alive here

Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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We're alive. Guess no one has anything to say!

I think Trinidad's a bit touchy - I ran across multiple problems about it getting into fights with other JSF products. But not only is IE prone to compatibility issues between releases, you can actually cycle sets of bugs in and out within a release depending on which DOCTYPE you specify for the page to be displayed.

In fact, Microsoft's inability to release anything without breaking stuff is the primary reason I wrote the whole platform off. You can pay me to use/program for Windows, but on my own dollar and my own time, no more.

Of course, the hallmark of a good web development framework is that it can accommodate the various inconsistencies between browsers and browser releases (and whether or not Java/JavaScript is switched on or off). Which admittedly is no easy task, but I'd say Trinidad isn't really doing the job.

An IDE is no substitute for an Intelligent Developer.
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