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[Rich Faces + Facelets] rich:tree - problem with nodes.

Karol Kornecki
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Joined: Nov 03, 2009
Posts: 14
Hi

I've some problem with rich:tree component



I need to tree that dynamically choose node type. I've used <c:choose> component but it's not working.

my getNodeEmpty getter is like below:


So nodeEmpty value depends on accountId value , I dont know why when the tree is built, getter is not invoke, and tree is built with nodeEmpty default value which is 'false'.
Could somebody help me ?


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Tim Holloway
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Trying to mix JSTL with JSF is often likely to result in disappointment.

I believe that is an example of how to do this using RichFaces tags, but you'll have to look at the RichFaces documentation. Facelets doesn't factor into the solution.

Although I'm pretty sure that you can do this using only tags, you can definitely do it by writing node callbacks in a backing bean. That's illustrated in the RichFaces manual.


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Karol Kornecki
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Posts: 14
Thanks
 
Have you checked out Aspose?
 
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