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Hi,

you can show your an image like an http://www.roses2009.com/static/images/ajax.gif in your onclick property :



didn't test it, but this may work.
14 years ago
JSF
Hi,

you can use PrimeFaces charts as it is very easy to use and it is very lightweight. You can have ajax in charts also.

PrimeFaces chart.

14 years ago
JSF
Hello All,

I am using Postgres Db and I have this following problem:

My requirement is getting all the results based on the keyword but, the results should be ascending based on matching the keyword

For example I have this Number_Prefix table:

id prefix priority
1 90212 1
2 90212 2
3 90216 1
4 9021 1
5 9021 2
6 90 1

when I make a select with keyword = '90212' on prefix column, what I want to see is :

1 90212 1
2 90212 2
4 9021 1
5 9021 2
6 90 1

or I make a select with keyword = '9021' on prefix column, what I want to see is :

4 9021 1
5 9021 2
6 90 1

so the query will look for 9021 then 902 and 90 and so on.

can this be done in one single sql call?

thanks in advance.

Yigit

Yasir Qureshi wrote:I am very confused I have date input on a page and using <f:convertDateTime> for conversion on my bean one day is subtracting from the date user enters.
If user enters 02/01/2009, it is changed to 01/31/2009. Is this a bug with this tag. Comments/Suggestions/workaround?

Thanks.



you have to enter your timeZone to fix this: an example would be:

<h:outputText value="#{fax.date}" >
<f:convertDateTime timeZone="Turkey"/>
</h:outputText>

you can search for your timezone, and put it there.
14 years ago
JSF
Hello,

PrimeFaces has a nice color picker

you can see the demo here:

http://www.rehberharitam.com/primefaces-examples/ui/colorPicker.jsf

also you can see the project page here:

http://primefaces.prime.com.tr/en/
15 years ago
JSF
You can use primefaces for charts, please see the demo at :

http://www.rehberharitam.com/primefaces-examples/ui/liveChart.jsf

15 years ago
JSF
if you define your Faces servlet as

<servlet-mapping>
<servlet-name>Faces Servlet</servlet-name>
<url-pattern>*.jsf</url-pattern>
</servlet-mapping>

then you can access your pages like : http://localhost:8181/baran/default.jsf
15 years ago
JSF

Bauke Scholtz wrote:You think? So it is not yours? Why did you post it here then?

Sorry, I canĀ“t move topics. Wait until a forum moderator spots this topic.



yes I think, because you know what is best for you, and yes it is a product of me and my friends.
I will pm a moderator about this.
15 years ago
JSF

Bauke Scholtz wrote:Do you have a technical question? Or is this just blatant advertising? For the last, there is a dedicated forum for it.



I think this is a very useful framework, but if I opened the topic to a wrong place, you can move it to an appropriate place.
15 years ago
JSF


PrimeFaces is an open source library for Java Server Faces Web framework. Main goal of PrimeFaces is to create a component suite containing a rich set of components and provide non-rendering JSF extensions to ease development with JSF. PrimeFaces has three modules each focusing on different aspects of JSF.
UI Components

PrimeFaces UI module contains various JSF components providing rich web user experience. PrimeFaces use Yahoo UI library as the underlying client side framework. Components do all the hard work, deal with javascript rendering, and handle the JSF integration on the server side.

* Rich set of components (HtmlEditor, ImageCropper, Dialog, AutoComplete and more).
* Flash based Chart components.
* Built-in Ajax with Partial Page Rendering
* Compatible with other component libraries
* Unobstrusive javascript rendering.
* Well documented components.

Optimus

Optimus module provides solutions to ease the development with JSF. Optimus removes the burden of XML from JSF by providing an annotation based IOC container based powered by Google Guice and an XML-less Navigation Handler that removes need for xml-based declarative JSF navigations. Optimus also provides persistence support with JPA integration.

* Annotation based IOC built on top of Google Guice.
* Persistence support and JPA integration.
* Declarative transaction management.
* XML-Less JSF Navigations.
* Excel and PDF export of DataTable contents.
* Security Extensions.

FacesTrace

FacesTrace aims to enhance the traceability of JavaServer Faces based applications. Several trace information and performance metrics are collected and presented on the page being traced. FacesTrace is developed seperately before PrimeFaces is found and joined PrimeFaces project as a submodule.

* JSF LifeCycle visualizer.
* Performance Tracker.
* Scoped Attributes.
* Log4J appender.
* FacesMessage Lister.
* Component Tree visualizer.

15 years ago
JSF
you can also check trinidad http://myfaces.apache.org/trinidad/index.html if you do not have to select either one of tomahawk or richfaces.
15 years ago
JSF
Hello,

we have developed a small library that can be used to display several visual trace info for JSF applications, also other than the trace features, it's quite a handy tool in the learning process of JSF.

The new 0.9.0 version is released,

The online demo is at: http://www.nightdev.devisland.net/facestrace-example
Project HomePage: http://facestrace.sourceforge.net/

Regards,

Yigit Darcin
16 years ago
JSF
this can be helpful

http://www.jroller.com/mert/entry/utf_8_encoding_with_jsf
16 years ago
JSF