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Rich:Datatable rerendering problem

Max Duval

Joined: Jul 16, 2008
Posts: 7

I have a page displaying some rich:panel and a rich:dataTable containing a rich:subTable. The subtable are not rendered when the page open but when you click on an icon, it make an ajax call that update the property checked for the rendering of the subtable to true, and it should appear when the a4jutputPanel is rendered again.

Here is the code of the page :

My problem is that I get a javascript error "idsFromResponse is null" whenever I click on the icon that should expand my subtable. I know that the call is made to the action method because if I refresh the page after clicking the icon, the subtable is expanded (so the property was set to true in the action method).

I also found out that if I remove all the code in the tag <rich:panel style="border:none"> (tag included) then everything works fine. I dont get a javascript error when I click on my icon.

Anybody knows what I should do in order for my rerendering to work without getting the javascript error?

Here is the code of the tweeked page :

Thanks for helping!

Max Duval

Joined: Jul 16, 2008
Posts: 7
I finaly fixed my problem. All I had to do was change my <a4j:form> for a simple <h:form>.

Took me a while though!


Joined: Nov 25, 2008
Posts: 1

I have the same kind of requirement. Could you please post your bean code also?

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