Rafael Belin

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I have found solution. We have to change the method-signature in the interface of our composite components. On the other hand the method, in the ManagedBean, must have an ActionEvent as an argument.





PS: method-signature can also looks like this: method-signature="void f(javax.faces.event.ActionEvent)"
8 years ago
JSF
Thank you for your answer Brendan, I have tried to do that, but unfortunately it doesnt work. The exception is javax.el.PropertyNotFoundException. (If I replace the actionListener with the action and I call the method wothout any arguments, it works). Have you any other idees, how to do it with the actionListener?

Thanks for you replies!!!
8 years ago
JSF
Hi, I have one question about the method-signature for an actionListener in the composite component. The code below doesnt work, because the method-signatur works only for methods. Would you be so nice and could you help me to define the method-signature correctly? My actionListener is implemented as a method in the ManagedBean. (Of course there is a possibility to make it with the actionSource, but than it is necessery to implement the actionListener as a class).




actionListener as a method in a ManagedBean
8 years ago
JSF
Hi, can you help me to resolve my problem. Well, I dont know how can I acces the reference "var", which is in faces-config.For example, I have defined the following resource-bundles:




So, Bundle is in this case a class and I can acces it with two vars "label" and "message". Is it possible to get the values of these vars? To check if the class was referenced in the jsf-code by message or label?
8 years ago
JSF