Emmanuel BLONVIA

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Recent posts by Emmanuel BLONVIA

Tim Holloway wrote:
It's not that big a jump from JSF1 to JSF2, so you might want to consider it. Otherwise, you'll have to do AJAX by "brute force". Or you could include one of the AJAX-capable extension tagsets, but it's probably less work in the short run to simply move to JSF2.



Thanks for your answer. You're completely right. I know how to do that in JSF 2 but I joined my current customer 6 months ago, have been suggesting moving to JSF 2 so far but I am not the technical final decision maker on the projet.
10 years ago
JSF
Hi there,
I am using jsf 1.1 (yes I know; please don't scold me. I am constrained to use this version for the moment).

Here is my problem :
I need to asynchronously update an area of my jsf page after an onchange (or on blur) event from an InputText.

I don't want the user to wait or click elsewhere for the update to be performed before he can keep on filling the form.
here is my jsp code (in a rich:dataTable)


And here is what the **performCalculationAndUpdate** looks like :




How can I make the calculation and update code asynchronous ?
Could someone help me ?

Thanks and best regards
Emmanuel B.
10 years ago
JSF
Hi Satna,
Generally speaking, Collective Intelligence is a way of making decisions through considering other persons opinions.
Do you think that way of working decreases our human thinking capabilies ?

Emmanuel
14 years ago
Hi there,
A fairly good and widely used book for Eclipse RCP is this one.

You will find some nice articles on this site : http://www.eclipse.org/resources/. You can also register to the newsgroups. There are very useful.

I have been developping Eclipse RCP applications for one year now and what I can say is that I wish I never stopped Swing developement. I have developped Swing applications for 3 years and I really prefer Swing.

To my mind Swing is easier to learn than SWT/Eclipse RCP.
Moreover: using SWT/Eclipse RCP there some GUI behavior you have on a given Os that you have not on a other OS.
I have also faced some strange behavior on the project I am working on. Sometime the GUI did not work as expected and nobody could tell me why.

For a long time, SWING has been told to be to slow compared to SWT. Today, it's absolutely false. Eclipse RCP is just more and more trendy; a big hype ! It's my view point.

If you already know Swing, I suggest you learn Netbeans RCP. I am doing SWT/Eclipse RCP only and only because it gives me food at the moment. Maybe you're in the same situation...
I am looking forward to come back to Swing; When I have time, I will learn about Netbean RCP.

Good luck
Emmanuel
[ September 25, 2007: Message edited by: Emmanuel BLONVIA ]
15 years ago