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From md10024 ...@qwizics.com>
Subject Re: linking to non-default tr:showDetailItem in a tr:panelTabbed
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2007 17:09:03 GMT

Gerhard,

That's excellent information, and it works... almost. Two things I find:

1.    Re: <tr:commandLink ...  partialSubmit="true"/>

I needed to remove the  partialSubmit="true" otherwise I didn't get the
requested tab rendered.

2. It works when the  <tr:commandLink... />  is on the same page as the tab
(i.e. about.xhtml) but what if I want to put the the link on a different
page (ex. main.xhtml) and get the non-default tab on the about.xhtml page
rendered? This doesn't work for that scenario.


Any suggestions?



Gerhard Petracek wrote:
> 
> hello mark,
> 
> e.g.: add an actionListener to your link and the disclosed-attribute to
> your
> showDetailItems
> 
> your snippet (+ modifications):
> 
>         <tr:commandLink id="tabSwitcher" text="show 'Company' tab"
> actionListener="#{bean.showCompanyTab}" partialSubmit="true"/>
> 
>         <tr:panelTabbed position="above" id="aboutMenu" class="panelClass"
> partialTriggers="tabSwitcher">
>                <tr:showDetailItem id="contactPanel" text="Contact"
>                                inlineStyle="float: left"
>                                disclosed="#{bean.showContact}"
>                                binding="#{bean.contact}">
>                      <tr:panelHeader text="Contact Us"/>
>               </tr:showDetailItem>
> 
>                <tr:showDetailItem id="helpPanel" text="Company"
>                                inlineStyle="float: left"
>                                disclosed="#{bean.showCompany}"
>                                bean="#{bean.company}">
>                       <tr:panelHeader text="Company"/>
>               </tr:showDetailItem>
>         </tr:panelTabbed>
> 
> 
> in my opinion the disclosed-attribute should be enough.
> however, at the moment it doesn't work that way.
> -> you also have to use component binding. (-> you also have to add the
> binding-attribute - see above)
> 
> a possible workaround:
> (don't forget the getter and setter methods)
> 
> within your bean - e.g.:
> 
>     private boolean showContact = true;
>     private boolean showCompany = false;
> 
>     //workaround:
>     private CoreShowDetailItem contact;
>     private CoreShowDetailItem company;
> 
>     public void showCompanyTab(ActionEvent event)
>     {
>         this.showContact = false;
>         this.showCompany = true;
> 
>         //workaround:
>         if(this.contact != null)
>         {
>             this.contact.setDisclosed( false );
>         }
>         if(this.company != null)
>         {
>             this.company.setDisclosed( true );
>         }
>     }
> 
> regards,
> gerhard
> 
> 
> 
> 2007/12/13, md10024 <md@qwizics.com>:
>>
>>
>> Hi,
>> I'm using Trinidad with facelets. I have a page "about.xhtml" containing
>> a
>> tr:panelTabbed that has a default item of "Contact". I would like to also
>> create a link to the "Company" item on the about.xhtml page.
>>
>> How do I programatically reveal the non-default item when linking to this
>> page?
>>
>> <<<about.xhtml>>>
>> <tr:panelTabbed position="above" id="aboutMenu" class="panelClass">
>>         <tr:showDetailItem id="contactPanel" text="Contact"
>>                         inlineStyle="float: left">
>>               <tr:panelHeader text="Contact Us"/>
>>        </tr:showDetailItem>
>>
>>         <tr:showDetailItem id="helpPanel" text="Company"
>>                         inlineStyle="float: left">
>>                <tr:panelHeader text="Contact Us"/>
>>        </tr:showDetailItem>
>> </tr:panelTabbed>
>>
>> Thanks in advance!
>>
>> Mark
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