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Command button click issue

 
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Hi All,

I have an issue when submitting the form using commandbutton.

When the control is within a textbox and I click the command button the form does not gets submitted. But when I press tab and then click the button it gets submitted.

Can anyone provide a solution to overcome this problem.

I am using JSF 1.2 with Trinidad faces.
 
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When the control is within a textbox and I click the command button

I believe that you are pressing enter key when control is within textbox, jsf does not support this. you have to use javascript to achieve it.


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Arshad, You can do it in JSF without using goofy javascript. All you need to do is use attribute type="submit" for your commandButton.

-Srik
 
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Originally posted by Srik Messmer:
Arshad, You can do it in JSF without using goofy javascript. All you need to do is use attribute type="submit" for your commandButton.

-Srik



The final behavior will be vary depends of the number of fields and browser type.
 
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Thanks srik, Iam using oracle adf commandButton which does not have an attribute of 'type'.

I might try to test how jsf commandButton behaves.


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sorry guys, i am also facing this same problem.

If anyone can help me the please do. when i am pressing enter while on textField then the same page is getting refresh but if i click on Submit button then it is giving me desired output.

it is working fine in FF and creating problem in IE.

adding type="submit" attribute is not working..
 
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Please start a new topic instead of resurrecting an old and dead one.
Feel free to link the relevant topics in your new topic.
 
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hello Bauke Scholtz thanks for your reply..

i just resurrected this thread because my problem is same as the creator of this thread. i just thought that starting a new duplicate thread will not be good.

but ok from now onwards i will take care of this sort of issues. do i need to create a new thread now or it is fine for this time.
 
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thanks guys ..

i solved this problem by adding

<f:verbatim>
<input type="text" name="xyz" style="display: none;">
</f:verbatim>

just below <h:form> tag

now it is working fine with IE too...

and this problem exists only if you have only 1 input field(i.e. textField, textArea etc)
 
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