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From Mr Arvind Pandey <arvindspan...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: using Tomahawk <t:tabChangeListener/> with <t:panelTab/>
Date Mon, 27 Nov 2006 06:03:36 GMT
Hi,
use like this ....

........
...........
........
..........
   <t:panelTabbedPane styleClass="tabbedpane_css"
align="center" width="90%"
selectedIndex="#{tabbedPaneBean.tabIndex}"
serverSideTabSwitch="true">
	<t:tabChangeListener type="com.abc.xyz.TabListener"/>
...........
.........
..........
// TabListener class is as below : 
package com.abc.xyz;
public class TabListener implements TabChangeListener{

	public TabListener() {
		super();	
		//Write your own code.
	}

	public void processTabChange(TabChangeEvent  
             event) throws AbortProcessingException {
	//you can use evnt.getNewTabIndex() to remain  
        //on the same tab after refresh.	
        ........
        ........
        //Now you can get the latest data from DB if 
        //required.
        .........
        .......
        //Now refresh the page as below : 
       FacesContext context =
FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
					Application application =
context.getApplication();

//this.refreshPage() ...I have writtent for refreshing
				this.refreshPage(context, application,
"/current-page.jsp", "currentPage");
}
}

	public void refreshPage(FacesContext facesContext,
Application application, 
			String viewId, String outcome) {
		
		LifecycleFactory lFactory = (LifecycleFactory)
	
FactoryFinder.getFactory(FactoryFinder.LIFECYCLE_FACTORY);
		Lifecycle lifecycle =
lFactory.getLifecycle(LifecycleFactory.DEFAULT_LIFECYCLE);
		ViewHandler viewHandler =
application.getViewHandler();
		
		// specify what page you want to pretend to "come
from"; normally
		// an empty string is ok
		
		UIViewRoot view =
viewHandler.createView(facesContext, viewId);
		facesContext.setViewRoot(view);		
		
		// specify what outcome value you want to use for
navigation
		
		
		NavigationHandler navigationHandler =
application.getNavigationHandler();
		navigationHandler.handleNavigation(facesContext,
null, outcome);
		lifecycle.render(facesContext);								
		
	}

Also modify your navigation file i.e. faces-config.xml
from outcome....currentPage......
to view id ...currentPage.jsp....



regards...
Arvind

--- srivalli2006 <neelamsrivalli@gmail.com> wrote:

> 
> Hi ,
> 
> I am using tomahawk <t:panelTabbedPane/> tag.
> However I would like an action
> event to be fired and would like to refresh my page
> on clicking a particular
> tab(i.e.<t:panelTab />) on the pane.On searching
> google I found
> <t:tabChangeListener/>.But i dont now how to use
> it.If anyone has idea of
> how to use it or any other alternative solution , it
> would be of great
> help.This is an emergency.
> 
> Thanks and Regards
> Srivalli Neelam
> -- 
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>
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> 
> 



		
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