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How to Show Inline Message in Oracle ADF 11g Release 1.

ranjeeth ravindran
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Joined: Feb 13, 2010
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Can you please tell me how to do Inline message in Oracle ADF. I attached Screen shot how i want.



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Tim Holloway
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That's not an Oracle-specific thing. The Tag that does that looks like this:

Place it wherever you want the message text to appear. It can generally be treated the same way an outputText element would be. The "for=" attribute indicates the ID value of the control whose messages are to be displayed.

Some JSF third-party tagsets offer extended variations of the message tag that allow for things like specifying different output style classes depending on the error severity. I don't know if ADF is one of them, but the h:messages element is part of the JSF core and therefore always available.


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Mohamed Sanaulla
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If you want ADF specific component then you can use <af:message>


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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
 
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