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JSF Graph TAGs

 
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Pls does any one know if there is a Graphing Tag for JSF I am trying to use the cewolf Graphing Tag within JSF, But it is not getting displayed properly
 
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You can look at :
http://www.jenia.org/jsp/chart.jsf
jenia provide some components for jsf which one of them is a charting library.

btw , can you explain what is the problem wit cewolf ?
 
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Originally posted by Masoud Kalali:
You can look at :
http://www.jenia.org/jsp/chart.jsf
jenia provide some components for jsf which one of them is a charting library.

btw , can you explain what is the problem wit cewolf ?




The Problem with cewolf is that it displays fine but when i embed it inside a JSF Data Table Tag it does not display properly. I am trying to display a table and on each row in the table there would be a graph
 
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Hi,

I'm sucessfully using cewolf with JSF. In order to get it to work the way I wanted I made my own component that puts the producer bean on the session. My component requires the cewolf tags to be put inside my custom tags, I didn't manage to get around that.
 
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