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facelets modalPanel template question

Anthony Sykes
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Joined: Aug 25, 2007
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I am hoping that this is a good place to ask this question, if not I apologize. Here is my scenario, I have a datagrid where a user can browse a list of records. I want a modalPanel to appear where the user can enter information to filter the list. I would also like to template my modalPanel pages using facelets and ui:include to make them appear. For example, say the list page is called list.xhtml, the template page is called modal_template.xhtml and the modal page is called filter.xhtml. What do I need to surround the content in the modal_template.xhtml and filter.xhtml with; should it be UI:composition in both .xhtml pages or is this not the case. I cannot find any examples on how this should be done. Could someone provide an example of what this should look like?
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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This is a generic RichFaces modal dialog where the dialog body text comes from a backing bean.

Here's how it's called:

And this is the dialog itself:

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