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Recent posts by francisco roman

sure not, I just gave an answer to Daniel.
17 years ago
JSF
I am using it at work and personal interest. It is sort of commercial.

Let me say hello to my collegues
17 years ago
JSF
Thanks a lot Varun and Adeel,
I found the solution at the same time
I received your last message ;-)
17 years ago
JSF
a test renderer is ready. Now how do I
link it to the tag <h utputText />
and what to put into <render-kit/>

cheers
17 years ago
JSF
could you cut and paste your example
17 years ago
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It doesn't seem supported by the reference inplementation.
( if it is I would be very glad ) If not you could use a mix
of faces and pure Html.
17 years ago
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.. the name of the package is a bad sign.
17 years ago
JSF
guys,
extending com.sun.faces.renderkit.html_basic.TableRenderer
is not as straitforward as you might think, if not impossible.
Have you tried?
17 years ago
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...intrigued.
17 years ago
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.. the example I wrote is related to access beans from beans
but there exists a very similar way to access a component too.
I am not writing it now but if you want we can have a look at it
together.

cheers
17 years ago
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.. now.
Those user guides you mentioned are fine to begin with
custom tags, it seems. What I am interested instead is how
to extend the standard <h ataTable> without writing an entire
custom tag but simply rewriting the renderer class. I hope
this can be clearer.
17 years ago
JSF
very efficient indeed,

thanx,
I 'll have a look
17 years ago
JSF
Hi Daniel Prene,
from a bean you should always be able to access
a component with

FacesContext ctx = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
Application app = ctx.getApplication();
ValueBinding binding = app.createValueBinding("#{ResultTableBean}");
ResultTableBean rtb = (ResultTableBean)binding.getValue(ctx);

cheers.
17 years ago
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Hi Gregg hi guys,
I would like to extend the behaviour of the standard
component <h ataTable/> writing my own renderer.
Any idea is welcome.

cheers
17 years ago
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... I found the confusing point: when you run
the WARs in Tomcat container for example, you get
in the header the title "....( 1.0.9 beta )"
And I double checked today it is written Beta.
Now did they forget to chenge the title?
I would really like to know.

cheers.
17 years ago
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