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Adding new row kept previous row values.

john smiths
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Joined: Feb 19, 2012
Posts: 3
Hi All:


I needed your help when you have time!!
I am using JSF 1.1, facelets,Icefaces 1.82 and Weblogic, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.
Any help, suggestion or hint would be greatly appreciated it!!
When I click on "Add Row" it adds a new row but it keep the values of the previous row. Do you get the same problem?
I have this problem testing on "Internet Explorer 9, Google Chrome and Firefox 11". The new row with the previous row values seemed to disappear if I click the browser's refresh button.


Java source:
public String addRow()
{
List<ShipmentDetailsBB> shipmentDetailsList = this.opportunitiesBB.getShipmentDetailsList();
ShipmentDetailsBB shipmentDetails = new ShipmentDetailsBB();
int uiID = shipmentDetailsList.size() + 1;
shipmentDetails.setUiId(Integer.toString(uiID));
List<NameValueObject> nameValueObjectList = new ArrayList<NameValueObject>();
shipmentDetails.setSelectedDimensionType("inches");
NameValueObject nameValueObject1 = new NameValueObject();
nameValueObject1.setCode("inches");
nameValueObject1.setTitle("inches");
nameValueObjectList.add(nameValueObject1);
NameValueObject nameValueObject2 = new NameValueObject();
nameValueObject2.setCode("cms");
nameValueObject2.setTitle("cms");
nameValueObjectList.add(nameValueObject2);
shipmentDetails.setDimensionTypeList(Utility.ConvertNVListToSelectItem(nameValueObjectList));
shipmentDetailsList.add(shipmentDetails);
opportunitiesBB.setShipmentDetailsList(shipmentDetailsList);

return "success";
}

The source of the jspx file. The UI namespace is for Facelets. I get the same problem even if I change the "<ice:inputText>" to "<h:inputText>".
<ui:repeat value="#{opportunitiesBean.opportunitiesBB.shipmentDetailsList}" var="shipmentDetail">

<tr>
<td>

<ice:selectBooleanCheckbox value="#{shipmentDetail.select}" id="select" readonly="false" disabled="false" />

</td>
<td>

<ice:inputText id="bookedweight" value="#{shipmentDetail.bookWeight}" size="8" />
</td>
<td>
<input type="hidden" name="opp_detail_id[]" value=""/>
</td>
<td>

<ice:inputText id="numberOfPieces" value="#{shipmentDetail.numberOfPieces}" size="5" />
</td>
<td>L
<ice:inputText id="length" value="#{shipmentDetail.length}" size="3" />
x W <ice:inputText id="width" value="#{shipmentDetail.width}" size="3" />
x H <ice:inputText id="height" value="#{shipmentDetail.height}" size="3" />
  

<ice:selectOneMenu id="dimensionType" value="#{shipmentDetail.selectedDimensionType}">
<f:selectItems value="#{shipmentDetail.dimensionTypeList}"/>
</ice:selectOneMenu>
</td>
<td>
<ice:inputText id="uldLocation" value="#{shipmentDetail.uldLocation}" />
</td>
</tr>
</ui:repeat>

Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
Posts: 17035
    
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You can make it easier on us if you make the code easier to read: http://www.coderanch.com/how-to/java/UseCodeTags

JSPX should not be used in JSF2, though. Your View Template should be an xhtml file, not a JSP file.


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