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From "jenny dai (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (TRINIDAD-354) Using autoSubmit on a text field suppresses the ActionEvent on a button
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2012 15:37:35 GMT


jenny dai commented on TRINIDAD-354:

It is found that we always have this problem in IE but not in Firefox. 
Our workaround  in IE: If the input field has onblur, onchange and onchange is a partial submit,
then delay onchange 100ms.
var _this=curEle;
curEle.onchange=function(){ setTimeout( function(){_this.onchange();}, 100);}
> Using autoSubmit on a text field suppresses the ActionEvent on a button
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: TRINIDAD-354
>                 URL:
>             Project: MyFaces Trinidad
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 1.0.1-incubating-core-SNAPSHOT, 2.0.0-core
>            Reporter: Adam Winer
> First reported on OTN for ADF Faces:
> ... but presumably applies to Trinidad too.  The report:
> "Adding an InputText component on the page that has autosubmit set to true and
> a value change listener attached will suppress a button action event if the
> user directly clicks onto the button when leaving the field
> To reproduce:
> - Create ADF Faces page with backing bean
> - Add InputText components to ADF Faces page
> - Set autosubmit property in the InputText to true
> - Add CommanButton to ADF Faces page
> - Create action method for command button (double click on the button to
> create the method
> - Add System.out.println("Action event fired"); into the method
> - create a ValueChange listener for the textfield and put
>   System.out.println("Value Change Listener fired"); into it
> - Run the ADF Faces page
> - Type hello into teh textfield and hit the button
> The output you see is "Value Change Listener fired". Pressing the button
> twice shows "Action event fired" as well. Obviously an event on a autosubmit
> InputText overrides the event on the component that is clicked on."

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