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From Samba <saas...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: <af:form> working only in <ui:define>
Date Wed, 13 Sep 2006 10:34:25 GMT
Sorry folks, It's a mistake.... I'm getting it now.
Thankyou,
Samba.


On 9/13/06, Samba <saasira@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> HI! All!
> I have another small issue.
>
> <af:form> is not working in  multi-template-client   page.
>
> If I keep
>
>
> <ui:decorate template="templateone.xhtml">
> <ui:define name="header">
> This is header
> </ui:define>
> <af:form>
> <ui:decorate>
>
> <ui:decorate template ="TemplateTwo.jspx">
> <ui:define name="body">
> <ui:define name="upperbody">
> This is upperbody
> <af:inputtext  id="user" bindings="#{ui.backing.Sample.user}"
> <af:commandLink id="redirect" action="profile"/>
> </ui:define>
> <ui:define name="lowerbody">
> <af:commandButton id="submit" action="login"/>
> </ui:define>
> </ui:decorate>
> </af:form>
>
> I could not get the form rendered in the HTML at all.
> If i keep the <af:form in <ui:define> then i'm getting it correctly.
> Where should we keep the <af:form> in the multitemplate client page to get
> the <af:form> working?
> Thanking you ,
> Samba.
> --
> Regards...
> Samba.
>



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Regards...
Samba.

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