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From "Gerald Müllan" <bierbra...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Action method not getting called inside the dataTable
Date Wed, 29 Nov 2006 09:59:31 GMT
Hi,

when using t:saveState scope of the bean will be longer than request
but shorter than session. Exactly what you need when staying on the
same page.

Usage:

<t:saveState value="#{yourBean}"/>

cheers,

Gerald

On 11/29/06, Amit Nair <amitnair.java@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> Hi
>
> Thanks a lot Adrin for your reply !!!
>
> I changed the scope of bean from request to session. Now the action method
> is getting called. But I found that both the beans(siteRequirementBean &
> requirementDisplay) needs to be in session scope. But the command link is
> only calling the action method of requirementDisplay bean. So when only
> requirementDisplay is kept in session scope,  action method is not getting
> called. Also my whole application is built on the top of logic that the bean
> would be in request scope. So changing the scope of bean from request to
> session would be night mare & real problem. So can you please tell me is
> there any other way out of it…
>
> Thanks
> Amit
>
>
>
>
> Adrian Mitev-2 wrote:
> >
> > The bean that holds the data mode should be in session scope.
> >
> > 2006/11/28, Amit Nair <amitnair.java@yahoo.com>:
> >>
> >>
> >> Hi Friends
> >>
> >> I am having trouble in calling the action method from command link inside
> >> datatable.
> >>
> >> The code of the DataTable is
> >>
> >> <h:dataTable id="siteDetailTable1"
> >> value="#{siteRequirementBean.detailHeadQuarterList}" var="details"
> >> cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" width="100%">
> >> <h:column>
> >> <h:panelGrid columns="1" width="100%" columnClasses="none,tableRowOdd"
> >> rowClasses="tableRowEven,tableRowOdd">
> >> <h:panelGroup>
> >> <h:outputText value="Name: " />
> >> <h:outputText value="#{details.name}" style="width: 55%" />
> >> </h:panelGroup>
> >> <h:panelGroup>
> >> <h:outputText value="Location: " />
> >> <h:outputText value="#{details.location}" style="width: 55%" />
> >> </h:panelGroup>
> >> <h:panelGroup>
> >> <h:outputText value="Description: " />
> >> <h:outputText value="#{details.description}" style="width: 55%" />
> >> </h:panelGroup>
> >> </h:panelGrid>
> >> </h:column>
> >> <h:column>
> >> <h:commandLink action="#{requirementDisplay.viewDetailedRequirement}">
> >> <h:outputText value="VDR" />
> >> </h:commandLink>
> >> </h:column>
> >> </h:dataTable>
> >>
> >> The managed beans siteRequirementBean & requirementDisplay both are in
> >> request scope.
> >>
> >> The datatable has two columns. In the first column there 3 labels which
> >> displays some information. In the second column there is a command link.
> >> This command link is binded with an action method of managed bean. The
> >> page
> >> gets displayed with all the components including the commandlink , but on
> >> clicking the command link the action method is not getting called. The
> >> page
> >> gets refreshed & comes back again.
> >>
> >> Infact I tried putting in arbitrary string in the action method's name
> >> attribute of command link. There was no error & the page came back again
> >> on
> >> clicking the link.
> >> If the same command link is kept outside data table then the action
> >> method
> >> gets called.
> >>
> >> Command Button also shows the same behavior as command link.
> >>
> >> Please give your valuable inputs…..
> >>
> >> Thanks in Advance
> >> Amit :)
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> >
> >
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