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albejun

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Hi all,
Im new with IEFaces I hope yo could answer me some questions.

Im trying icefaces-eclipse-v1.0.1 tool for: Eclipse WTP 1.5 , NetBeans 5.0 and Sun Java Studio Creator, all with Tomcat 5.5.
NetBeans and Eclipse doesnt seem to have a panel in order to aid the development of interface components in a "Drag-and Drop" way. This is a installation problem or maybe this kind of panels are not supported by this pluggin?

On Sun Java Studio Creator, IEFaces provides this kind of view, however some components, like trees-components f.e, are displayed wrong on the browser.anyone has the same problem?

thanks beforehand
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philip.breau


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Hi,

Yes, the only plugin that provides Design-Time support is Java Studio Creator. The others provide project-level support, including library integration and some configuration. When you say that the Tree isn't displaying correctly in the browser, could you elaborate on this? Perhaps include some of your markup too.

Thanks,
Philip

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albejun

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Hi:
Thanks for the answer. I have attached a screenshoot of the tree displayed on the browser.
As you can see, its not displayed well. I only put a tree element (of the design panel of the Sun Studio Creator) on the design tab of my main project, I didnt modify the source code.
Whats wrong??

Regards
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philip.breau


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Hi,

Yes, this is due to some missing style that's not automatically applied by the component, but doesn't really have anything to do with the IDE plugin. This should be fixed in the next release. Just manually set the following style "display: inline" on the panelGroup of both the icon and content like so:

<f:facet name="icon">
<ice:panelGroup style="display: inline">... </ice:panelGroup>
</f:facet>
<f:facet name="content">
<ice:panelGroup style="display: inline">... </ice:panelGroup>
</f:facet>

Thanks,
Philip

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atjamil

Joined: 15/Nov/2006 00:00:00
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How about integration with JDeveloper 10g (10.1.3.1) with the latest release of icefaces community edition (1.5)? I'm in the process to use icefaces using jdev for our project. Need advice. tq
philip.breau


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Hi,

Yes, you can find it in the download area.

Philip

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