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From Luka Surija <l...@iytim.hr>
Subject Re: Browser Back Button
Date Tue, 07 Aug 2007 15:41:56 GMT
But avoiding session scoped beans makes much harder to develop an 
application, and application will be slower then using session scoped 
beans (especially  in combination with EJB3 session beans).


Rene Guenther wrote:
> The disabling of JavaScript is no problem for our intranet 
> application, since our application requires JavaScript. Maybe someone 
> will argue now that applications should not require javascript, but as 
> long as the clients are happy with the application, we are happy :-)
>
> But you are right with the script not working anymore in > 2.0.4. I 
> just tested it, the strange thing is, sometimes it works. I dont know 
> why though.
>
> If disabling of back button functionallity is not possible, probably 
> the best thing is to avoid session scoped beans as mentioned before.
>
> Rene
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> On Tue, 07 Aug 2007 11:37:36 +0200
>  David Delbecq <delbd+jakarta@oma.be> wrote:
>> Both plain script a onload fail to prevent history navigation in
>> firefox. 2.0.0.4.
>> The user have to manually 'reload' the previous page to activate the
>> foward script. Once he has reloaded, it always prevent navigation.
>> Untilm user disable javascript and goes back to that page. At that
>> point, he can go back and forth as much as he want, reactivate
>> javascript. It will again not work until user click the reload button.
>>
>> So, i won't build my application assuming user won't be able to use the
>> "back" button. Not to mention users usually don't like to be forbidden
>> the easy to use "back" button.
>> En l'instant précis du 07/08/07 08:35, Rene Guenther s'exprimait en ces
>> termes:
>>> Hi Sergio,
>>>
>>> we use on every JSF page the following javascript code:
>>>
>>> <script>
>>> history.forward();
>>> </script>
>>>
>>> When the user pushes back button he is automatically forwarded again.
>>>
>>> Just a workaround though.
>>>
>>> Regards
>>> Rene
>>>
>>> On Mon, 06 Aug 2007 15:15:31 +0100
>>>  Escalada Sergio <sescalad@yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
>>>>    Hello.
>>>>    I am using MyFaces 1.1.5, Tomahawk 1.1.6 in my WEB Aplication, and
>>>> i have a requirement mandatory to disable the browser back button
>>>> while the user is interacting with the aplication. The requirement is
>>>> really serious and compromise the usability of the aplication, can
>>>> anyone tell me if it is possible to do anything to avoid the use of
>>>> the browser back button?, or at least to control the use of it trying
>>>> to avoid the consecuences it carry.
>>>>
>>>>    Thanks in advance, sorry for my english.
>>
>>
>> -- 
>> http://www.noooxml.org/
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