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From "Counsell, Keith M." <>
Subject Using PPR for dependent required-ness
Date Thu, 29 Jun 2006 20:54:31 GMT
Can PPR be used to change an attribute of a component based on a value change for another?
A simple case is when at least one of two fields must be filled in.  After supplying a value
for one it would be nice to set required="false" for the other.  I've attempted to do this
with a backing bean with bound components for both af:inputText instances.  The JSF components
are each set up thusly:
<af:inputText label="Required Field A"
        valueChangeListener="#{componentBean.processValueChange}" />
Filling in a value and tabbing out tries to do the right thing: my ValueChangeListener is
called, I see the new value, and I twiddle the required attribute on the reqFieldB component
as well as setting the reqFieldBRequired property on the backing bean.  However, the input
for reqFieldB is still required on the page after the partial update and I see this in the
16:38:09,471 INFO  [STDOUT] Jun 29, 2006 4:38:09 PM org.apache.myfaces.adfinternal.renderkit.core.ppr.PPRResponseWriter$PPRTag
WARNING: No PPR-capable id found for elements of CoreInputText[UIXEditableFacesBeanImpl, id=reqFieldB].
This component has not written-out an id attribute.
Reloading the page at this point does mark reqFieldB as optional, but moves it before reqFieldA.
I feel that I'm either close to getting something working or being an idiot.  Pointers would
be much appreciated either way!
Many thanks,

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