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Which IDE are you using to create your project? Are you using one of our ICEfaces IDE plugins?

Ty
Hi,

You can try one of the following strategies:

1. In your reset method, iterate over the component tree and for each component that extends HtmlSelectBooleanCheckbox, clear it's submitted and value values. Additional information regarding this strategy can be found here: https://cwiki.apache.org/MYFACES/clear-input-components.html.

2. Get a direct reference to the component and reset it's values. Here is an example:

UIInput selectBox = (UIInput) facesContext.getViewRoot().findComponent("form:selectOneMenu");
selectBox.setSubmittedValue(null);
selectBox.setValue(null);

Thanks,

Tyler
Hi,

An example of this functionality can be found here in our showcase: http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=dataTableBean. You can set the selectedPage value and tab out to change page.

Tyler
This should help explain JSF value vs component binding: http://download.oracle.com/javaee/1.4/tutorial/doc/JSFIntro8.html
You can find information on ICEfaces 1.x compatibility here: http://wiki.icefaces.org/display/ICE/ICEfaces+1.x+Compatibility

Porting

* The com.icesoft.faces.context.DisposableBean class is no longer available. Instead, use the JSF2 @PostConstruct and @PreDestroy annotations on methods that you would like called after your bean has been constructed and before it goes out of scope.
Hi,

It would be quite a challenge to create a sample that uses all 2.0 features.

Have you had a look at our tutorials here: http://www.icefaces.org/main/resources/tutorials.iface or http://wiki.icefaces.org/display/ICE/Tutorials.

Our 2.0 documentation: http://wiki.icefaces.org/display/ICE/ICEfaces+2+Documentation

You could join a webinar: http://www.icefaces.org/main/resources/upcoming-webinars.iface

Or watch an introduction to ICEfaces 2.0 on youTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwOcfdx2XrM

We hope this helps get you started :)

Thanks,

Tyler

Product Support
ICEsoft Technologies Inc.
Hi,

It appears as though the JSF selectItem tag is unable to persist an Integer value and does a toString which explains why the value is returned as a String. The solution is to add a JSF converter which converts the string value to an Integer.

Tyler
Hi,

We would be more than happy to assist you with questions relating to our Enterprise Edition composite components via an ICEfaces support subscription. Please feel free to contact us at product.support@icesoft.com should you require any additional information.

Thanks,

Tyler Johnson

Product Support
ICEsoft Technologies
Hi,

The ICEfaces EE Standard, Professional and Premium support packages include access to ICEpack which contains a how-to guide on configuring JMeter load tests. Correctly configuring your load testing scripts is extremely important when wanting to assess the scalability of your application so we strongly recommend reviewing the benefits of EE and our support packages.

Thanks,

Tyler
Product Support
ICEsoft Technologies


Hi Rajeev,

The partialSubmit attribute essentially disables the "required" attribute on all input components, except the one who called the partialSubmit. All of the values get submitted in all cases. ValueChangeListeners being inadvertently fired is often due to how you initialize the values in your backing bean. For example, when you submit a form (via partial submit), any empty inputText/select components that have not been initialized will have their default values changed to the empty string (ignoring conversion and some validation issues) and will cause a ValueChangeEvent to be fired. The solution to this problem is usually to assign a default value into the bean.

Best Regards,

Tyler
We have identified the issue in Jira 5151. We are in the process of investigating a fix.

Tyler
We have identified the issue in Jira 5151. We are in the process of investigating a fix.

Tyler
ICE-5062 is now fixed.

Tyler
Hi,

Firebug and certain Download Managers may interfere with the file transfer.
Can you disable these and try downloading again?

Thanks,

Product Support
ICEsoft Technologies Inc.
We think we have fixed the issue. Can you try downloading again?

Thanks,

Tyler
 
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