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From Werner Punz <werner.p...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Efficient (ajax) user validation
Date Thu, 15 Mar 2007 12:51:26 GMT
Best bet here:

ajax4jsf
or
sandbox ppr

the case is simple enough that every partial page rendering should be
hable to handle it.



Oscar Duque schrieb:
> Greetings to all,
>  
> That's the general environment:
>  
> - I have a database table with the "Users" who can access the application.
> - I have an "login.jspx" JSF page which have two fields <mf:inputText
> id="username"> and <h:inputSecret  id="userpassw".
> - I have a backing bean "login" for the "login.jspx" page
> - I have a session bean (myfacade) inside it i have a method "boolean
> validate_user(String un,String up,String error_message)", that method
> goes to the database and does the validation, returning true if success
> or false if the validation fails, additionaly and String error_message
> for the validation error.
> - I need to avoid the round trip of showing and "error_login.jspx" and
> returning back to "login.jspx", instead of that, i need to show the
> login "failed error message" in the same "login.jspx" in a JavaScript
> alert style, making use of myfaces ajax capabilities.
> - Or if the validation was success then navigate to the
> "second_page.jspx" jsf page.
>  
> According your experience and knowledge, might you reccommend to me how
> to do that  efficient (ajax) user validation against a database, please ?,
>  
> Thanks in advance,
>  
> Oscar Duque
> 
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