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Hi all
My two cents. Don’t get me wrong, I really like Primefaces and the work that has been done. You guys have moved the JSF world forward with the integration of top-class JavaScript components. However, stating that “IceSoft copied PrimeFaces code LINE BY LINE to come up with its new set of components” I find is a little hypocritical. You can’t tell me that this Primefaces component hasn’t been copied “LINE BY LINE”.

http://www.primefaces.org/showcase-labs/ui/schedule.jsf

See the “original” here: http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/

Yeah sure you have ‘enhanced it’, but anyone one who has not seen it before would assume you guys developed it. I don’t see any public credits given to the original author on your demo site or in your user manual and I’m sure there are many other examples. The irony is that Primefaces would have never existed unless ‘your’ code had not been copied from some other open source project "LINE BY LINE”.

Cheers
Wayne
Hi evgheni

Found a couple more typos.

http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=progressBarBean

Tab Header: ProgressBar.java
Code: ProgressBarBean.java
+
http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=progressBarBean

Tab Header: progressBarClientAndServer.java
? Code: ProgressBarClientAndServer.java
+
http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=resizableBean

Tab Header: Resizable.java
Code: ResizableBean.java
+
http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=resizableBean
+
http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=tooltipOverviewBean
+
http://icefaces-showcase.icesoft.org/showcase.jsf?grp=aceMenu&exp=tooltipOverviewBean

Cheers
Wayne
Hi Russ

The thread I referenced offers an alternate method of performing an 'outputResource lazy load'. I have noticed that when trying to create a file within your own implementation of a Resource you run the risk of the application 'hanging' because the file creation process is not thread safe.

Just trying to help.

Cheers
Wayne
Check this out, it may help ?

http://www.icefaces.org/JForum/posts/list/16608.page

Cheers
Wayne
Thanks for the post Tim

Love your work !

Cheers
Wayne
Hi Ken

I second this, I have put a lot of work into a 1.8.2 app, if my intranet providers update to IE9, im screwed.

Cheers
Wayne
Hi ya

You can use the Selenium IDE to loacte the XPath.

http://seleniumhq.org/

http://seleniumhq.org/docs/02_selenium_ide.html#locating-elements

"One of the main reasons for using XPath is when you don’t have a suitable id or name attribute for the element you wish to locate"

Cheers
Wayne

Hi

Have a look at this thread. It might help...

http://www.icefaces.org/JForum/posts/list/15510.page

Cheers
Wayne
Hi ya afterbit

I would model your table as a collection of RowModel objects then use the ice datatable for display.

Each row object might hold a collection of column values.

You could calculate the row with the largest number of columns prior to display and use that parameter for your column count.

Cheers
Wayne
Hi ya

Check out this thread. It shows you how to perform a partial submit from a javascript event.
http://www.icefaces.org/JForum/posts/list/15156.page

Cheers
Wayne
Just to add....

Catching the exception here, appears to have eliminated the log trace.

Code:
 
     public void setValue(Boolean value) {
         ValueBinding vb = getValueBinding("value");
         if (vb != null) {
           try{
             vb.setValue(getFacesContext(), value);
           }catch(javax.faces.el.PropertyNotFoundException e){}
         } else {
             this.value = value;
         }
     }
 
 


Cheers
Wayne
Dear nateshkurup

You are a legend !

It has reduced but not eliminated the occurance of the exception.

Thanks heaps.

Cheers
Wayne
Hi Justin, I think this is what you are after.

Check out this post.

http://www.icefaces.org/JForum/posts/list/15536.page

Keep in mind a file object can be created with a URL or URI.

Cheers
Wayne

Hi Kaycee

I would try to declare both includes and place a rendered property on the panels.

Code:
 
 <ice:panelGroup rendered="#{myBean.tablePanelRendered}">
       <div>
 	<ui:include src="table.xhtml"> </ui:include>
       </div>
 </ice:panelGroup>
 
 <ice:panelGroup rendered="#{!myBean.tablePanelRendered}">
       <div>
 	<ui:include src="noTable.xhtml"></ui:include>
       </div>
 </ice:panelGroup>
 
 


Cheers
Wayne
Hi ya

You need to create a Collection that contains the Strings that you wish to display.

Code:
 
 Collection<String> myStrings = new ArrayList<String>();
 myStrings.add("Hi ya");
 myStrings.add("ice users");
 
 public Collection<String> getMyStrings(){
  return myStrings;
 }
 


Code:
 
 <ice:dataTable border="1" value="#{DepartmentListBean.myStrings}" var="string"> 
 
 


Cheers
Wayne
 
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