Schlagwort-Archive: JSF

Quick-n-Dirty: Hotfix for DateTimeHelper

This weekend I stumbled over a bug of the DateTimeHelper: If the value of the field is empty, no actions and/or action listeners connected with a managed bean will be executed anymore. Here is an example of a small XPage … Weiterlesen

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XPages: SSJS, EL and Bindings

Because of reasons you should already know I avoid the use of SSJS in my XPages applications, but there are still some parts which can be easy realized in SSJS, but with EL only with a lot of effort. One of … Weiterlesen

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XPages: An optimized JavaScript Resource Renderer

Ferry Kranenburg created a nice hack to solve the AMD loader problem with XPages and Dojo, and because of the missing ability to add a resource to the bottom of an XPage by a property, I have created a new … Weiterlesen

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XPages: WebContent Files (3) – Create a Minimizer Servlet

Because of Stefano Fois comment I decided to write an example about how to create a minimizer servlet for Domino which compresses JavaScript resources on the fly. This is, again, a simple Proof-Of-Concept, nothing more and nothing less. First, I downloaded the YUICompressor, … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Execute Events with HTTP Get

To execute an event on the server, you normally have to send a POST request, because actions will be executed in the Invoke Application phase of the JSF lifecycle. A GET request will only process the Restore View and the … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Set a Theme for a single XPage

… or how you can use your own FacesContext implementation. What we need first is our own FacesContext implementation with new methods to set the StlyeKitId (which is the name of the Theme) for initializing the StyleKit instance: package ch.hasselba.xpages; … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Add an attribute to the BODY-Element

Today I wanted to add an attribute to the <BODY> element of my XPage. My goal was to generate HTML code like this: <body role=“document“> After some testing I found a solution by overwriting the method encodeHtmlBodyStart. To do this, … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Use a Method Binding as Converter

I accidentally found a way to add a method binding as a converter to a component, because I have added a managed bean as a converter directly in the source code. The DDE does not support this. If you go … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Optimized Partial Refreshs (2)

With the Optimized Partial Refresh you can do a lot of nice things: If only a part of the form is sent to the server, only this part of the components in the JSF component tree will be processed. This … Weiterlesen

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XPages: Events, ActionListeners & Parameters

To access the event parameters of an event within your actionListener, you have to access the source object of your actionEvent object: package ch.hasselba.xpages; import java.util.List; import javax.faces.event.AbortProcessingException; import javax.faces.event.ActionEvent; import com.ibm.xsp.complex.Parameter; import com.ibm.xsp.component.xp.XspEventHandler; public class MyActionListener implements javax.faces.event.ActionListener { … Weiterlesen

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