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From "Andrew Robinson" <andrew.rw.robin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Form elements to update in separate window (eBay style)
Date Thu, 02 Aug 2007 15:20:04 GMT
You could use an in page dialog (like a4j's or tomahawk's modal
dialog). Using AJAX would make it easy to update just portions of the
page

On 8/2/07, Jerome Iffrig (Europe) <Jerome.Iffrig@eu.didata.com> wrote:
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> If any of you use eBay, you would have noticed the way it handles the update
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> To put it short, you have your user information displayed on the screen.
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> To modify your profile (e.g. your e-mail address) eBay does not display a
> big form with all your information editable, it rather displays a tiny form
> with the single editable field, the one to modiy.
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> Do you have any idea on how this can be implemented with JSF (for info I use
> Spring to wrap my services and Hibernate for saving my data in the DB).  I
> was imagining some dynamic way in which I could reuse only a handful of
> JSPs/actions (one for text field, one for drop-downs) with dynamic
> recognition of the object type and some way to glue a validator in.
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> Thanks for your ideas.
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