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From "Bharath Belagodu" <>
Subject RE: panelNavigation2 Issues
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2007 15:28:34 GMT
Here's an extract from my page. We are using facelets, jsf 1.2 and
tomahawk components in the project. 

  <t:div id="subnavigation_outer">
    <t:div id="subnavigation">
        <t:panelNavigation2 id="nav1" layout="list" itemClass="mypage"

           activeItemClass="activeItem" openItemClass="selected"
           disabledStyle="color:red;padding: 2px 20px 2px 25px">
           <t:navigationMenuItems id="navitems"

Issues that relate to the below problem of mine,
- Due to these issue I had to revert from using dynamic menu to static
menus (command links etc). 

I'm unable to figure out the issue with why the menu collapses and
doesn't retain state.
( ?)


-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Kienenberger [] 
Sent: Wednesday, February 28, 2007 8:32 PM
To: MyFaces Discussion
Subject: Re: panelNavigation2 Issues

Post your page code for the menu and we might be able to give you some

On 2/27/07, Bharath Belagodu <> wrote:
> There have been several problems with tomahawk panelNavigation2
> that I've been working with. The sole reason for us to use
> is for dynamic menu purposes, I've been looking at
> to check on issues
> already reported but didn't find any,
> Here are two outstanding issue and would appreciate your feedback on
> same,
> 1. java.lang.IllegalStateException: Component ID j_id28_nav1_item0 has
> already been found in the view.  See below for details.
> The above exception occurs when there is a validation failure on the
> and the JSF page is redisplayed. 'Nav1' is the id of the
> component; 'item0' are the navigation menu items which are created for
> menu to be used. How to avoid this duplication of menu items?
> 2. The menu collapses and doesn't retain state after a successful
> After a successful post I return back and action string 'SUCCESS'
> takes me to the success.jsf page but the menu is collapsed at this
point of
> time.
> Any suggestions? The alternative design developed is a static menu
which I'd
> like to avoid if possible.
> Thanks,
> Bharath

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