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From <hermod.opstv...@dnbnor.no>
Subject RE: JSF and ajax using phaselistener approach
Date Wed, 01 Nov 2006 07:38:01 GMT
Hi
 
Where did you get that idea from? Shale does not require you to use html (That is an option
when using Clay). Shale is a framework around JSF, and as such you can use MyFaces or JSF
RI with it.
 
If you want to use Shale, its just a matter of setting up your web.xml file acording to the
information found here: http://shale.apache.org/using.html and then write your custom jsf
component, add it to your page and call the Shale remote viewcontroller/backing bean you want.
To use Shale remoting look at: http://shale.apache.org/shale-remoting/index.html
 
Hermod
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Aneesha Govil [mailto:popcorn09@gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 01, 2006 8:22 AM
To: MyFaces Discussion
Subject: Re: JSF and ajax using phaselistener approach





On 10/31/06, Craig McClanahan < craigmcc@apache.org> wrote: 

In addition to the other references people have given, you might want to look at the Remoting
feature in Shale[1].  It includes a built-in phase listener that tries to do all the hard
stuff so you don't have to, and an extensible Processor architecture so you can plug in your
own processing logic. 
One important factor is that Shale Remoting assumes you do *not* need access to the JSF component
tree for the original page (thus eliminating the overhead of saving and restoring it), or
even that the client be a JSF page at all.  


Any idea how to use shale to write a custom ajax-enabled component? It seems that it can work
only with plain html, according to the introduction on their page. So to use shale and make
it ajax-enabled, I need to make my data table manually with <table><tr><td>
tags instead of using tomahawk datatable? 

Thanks,
Aneesha




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