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From "sean schofield (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (MYFACES-243) ClientId not used, so JSCookMenu fires multiple actions in tables
Date Sat, 21 May 2005 14:56:52 GMT
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sean schofield commented on MYFACES-243:

Patch has been applied.  Grant, can you verify problem has been resolved and then close this
issue?  I wasn't able to see how the original patch failed (only checked the simple examples

> ClientId not used, so JSCookMenu fires multiple actions in tables
> -----------------------------------------------------------------
>          Key: MYFACES-243
>          URL:
>      Project: MyFaces
>         Type: Bug
>     Versions: 1.0.9 beta
>     Reporter: Neal Haggard
>     Assignee: sean schofield
>      Fix For: Nightly Build
>  Attachments: patch.txt, patch2.txt
> The fix to add the id to the action (so that the proper action can be fired on decode)
works fine for multiple JSCookMenu components on the same page, however when a JSCookMenu
is placed in something that uses the component as a template (such as within a HtmlDataTable's
Column), the NamingContainer doesn't get invoked, so a click on an action triggers once for
every row in the table.
> The simple fix is to change the call to getId() to getClientId(context), however, that
also requires a change to processDecodes, to change the .indexOf(":") to .lastIndexOf(":").
> There are also some other underlying issues with the id in the rest of the component.
 The Javascript that defines the menu uses a generic variable name of 'menuBar'.  If you have
more than one JSCookMenu on the page with different CommandNavigationItems, you will only
get the last one.
> The solution to this is to supplement the JavaScript variable name with the clientId,
much like the div later in encodeEnd.
> I've tied all these changes together by creating a private method called getMenuId()
which encapsulates the logic behind getting the clientId(context) and converting all the colons(:)
to underscores(_).  Then in encodeChildren(), encodeEnd() and encodeNavigationMenuItems(),
I use this method, so that the same id is used throughout.
> Also included in my patch is a quick-fix to allow null labels to not print out the default
value (1).
> Hopefully this will be a useful addition to the MyFaces Community.

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