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From Werner Punz <>
Subject Re: jsf.js post 2.3 plans
Date Mon, 09 Oct 2017 09:34:56 GMT
Hi Dora, what do you mean that the
behavior of repeated ajax calls is same?

I tried your example yesterday after building the final js file via a 
mvn build and before
only the second form got an ajax viestate update
now both forms get one.

What behavior do you get?
Did you make a proper mvn clean install to get the latest jsf.js in?

ajaxresponse22.js was deleted because it is dead code it accidentally 
was in the codebase, ajaxresponse.js now updates all forms in a 
multiform environment under a given view root. In your example
the viewroot is the body element.


Am 09.10.17 um 10:46 schrieb Dora Rajappan:
> Hi,
>   Thank you very much for the fix Werner.
>   I took the latest core today and built it and tested from payara 
> without any config changes. Found ajaxresponse22.js deleted and 
> ajaxresponse.js changed.
>   And the behavior of repeated ajax calls is same.
>   Can we have the config changes exactly if any in this manner? I 
> checked 4160 and quickly not make out the config changes.
>     <context-param>
>          <param-name>xyz</param-name>
>          <param-value>abc</param-value>
>      </context-param>
> Thanks & Regards,
> Dora Rajappan.
> On Sunday, October 8, 2017, 7:39:48 PM GMT+5:30, Werner Punz 
> <> wrote:
> No sync with Mojarra I have discussed that a while ago.
> The problem is a licensing problem. Mojarra basically can use
> our code but not vice versa, because the CDDL cannot be implemented in
> ASF2 code.
> The ASF2 license is a very liberal license, but due to the fact that it
> is so liberal, it is impossible to integrate less liberal code in our
> codebase.
> As for your repeated Ajax problems MYFACES-4160 that is a really old
> spec bug which reared its ugly head in multiform scenarii.
> I worked around that by providing a special config param.
> With JSF 2.3 it finally will be fixed.
> Werner
> Am 06.10.17 um 11:59 schrieb Dora Rajappan:
>  > Thanks for detailing the future of browser and how jsf cope up with it.
>  >
>  > I was using mojarra for my application and the commandLink was not
>  > working due to script problem.
>  > So I switched to myfaces and we got some problem with repeated ajax
>  > calls. (Myfaces 4160).
>  >
>  > Are we syncing with mojarra regarding the technology to be used with the
>  > jsf.js, entire scripting arena.
>  > Not sure spec say anything about the technology used for scripting.
>  >
>  > Thanks & Regards,
>  > Dora Rajappan.

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