even after giving the style unable to change the table layout color if the style is given for <webuijsf:tableColumn> it affects only the rows and columns, also unable to give different colors for each row.
for the JSF componenets of sun visual web pack of netbeans there is .css file in which you can override the existing colors and size, so i guess in this case also there has to be some css file..may be in war or somewhere. Other option that i saw over there is that even if there is no css if you create a sylesheet.css file then the components take that. This is all with respect to jsf components with netbeans
i used this <webuijsf:table> because pagination can be done very simply in it, now what i need is to apply style for it. But even after using style, the background color is not get affected on the table. Can anyone please help me in coloring a jsf datatable???
Although, I have no experience with wood stock reference implementation, but after reading Freddy's response, I believe you should be able to solve it by compiling one of your own after downloading its source. This way you would be able to contribute to the project as well by submitting your fixes to the project.
Have you already checked RichFaces or MyFaces to see if they are having your desired component? I bet, there you will definitely find something, after all these are two of the leading JSF implementations.
i have applied style for h:datatable, but since the woodstock components provide pagination i depend on it, but even though pagination was working perfectly i was unable to color the table. From this forum can i conclude that in woodstock components we cannot apply style sheet according to our need, and for this purpose we have to depend richfaces or myfaces
Originally posted by jomol jin: From this forum can i conclude that in woodstock components we cannot apply style sheet according to our need, and for this purpose we have to depend richfaces or myfaces
Scary, I must say. Well, I would say don't conclude anything like that, try it yourself, download the source code, dig into it, and see where is the problem. After that you will be able to see much more clearer. In fact, Wood Stock implementation is not very popular, and apparently has less users.