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From "Daniel Hannum" <>
Subject RE: Looking for "container" tag
Date Wed, 06 Sep 2006 18:25:38 GMT
panelGroupLayout did the trick, and most importantly, it didn't impose any layout changes.
It's an invisible container of components. Just what I wanted. Thanks.

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From: G√ľnther, Thorsten [] 
Sent: Wednesday, September 06, 2006 11:21 AM
Subject: AW: Looking for "container" tag


I took a <tr:panelBox> for that, but perhaps it's not the ideal choice. <tr:panelHorizontalLayout>
or <tr:panelGroupLayout> should do it also.


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Von: Daniel Hannum [] 
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 6. September 2006 16:17
Betreff: Looking for "container" tag

Hi, I'm trying to make components change there "rendered" status based
on a dropdown. I found this article:


This isn't hard. I know how to do autoSubmit and partialTriggers and
all. The difficulty is that you need to set partialTriggers on the
PARENT component because if a component is not rendered, it doesn't
listen for events. So what I want is a simple "container" component
(kinda like a div) that I can just put my child components inside of,
and set partialTriggers on.


Is there such a component? I think a panelGrid with one item inside it
would do it, or maybe a panelGroup, but those aren't ADF, so you can't
use partialTriggers on them. Ideas? I'm going to look more at the
component list, but I didn't see something simple like what I want.




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