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From "Rottstock, Sven" <Sven.Rottst...@sungard.de>
Subject AW: Trinidad + Facelets + Tomahawk Tree2
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2008 14:57:42 GMT
Have you defined Tomahawk as your default namespace in your navigation menu? Or why is the
namespace prefix missing for tree2?

Cheers

Sven 

-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Wolf Benz [mailto:eurojava@gmail.com] 
Gesendet: Montag, 21. Januar 2008 14:30
An: MyFaces Discussion
Betreff: Trinidad + Facelets + Tomahawk Tree2

Hi List,

I use this combination: MF 1.2.1 SNAPSHOT - Trinidad 1.2.5 + latest Tomahawk + Facelets.

For my page templating, I do as explained here:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/StreamingAddResource,

<html xmlns.... // all the namespace declarations

<f:view>
<t:document>
<t:documentHead>
<title>the title</title>
</t:docmentHead>
<t:documentBody>
// my body where all the ui:inserts happen, e.g. my "navigation" menu </t:documentBody>
</t:document> </f:view>

</html>

The "navigation" itself is very simple:
it's setup is:

<html // aml the xmlns'es
    <!-- No f:view etc: all covered in the facelets template-->

<ui:composition>
  <tr:panelGroup>
      <tree2>
       <f:facet: name="root">
         ...
      </f:facet>
      </tree2>
  </tr:panelGroup>
<ui:composition>

The problem is: only   </tr:panelGroup> is rendered: of the tree2,
nothing is rendered.
( & I didn't forget to declare the facelets view handler in the web.xml and the trinidad
core as default renderkit id in the
faces-config)

It has certainly to do with either the combination of Toma + Facelets
+ Trini, OR the adding of the t:document etc, as before(html tags for
html-head and body) all worked fine.

--> Anyone an idea of smth I could try to make it work?

-Wolf

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