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From "arne anka" <d...@ginguppin.de>
Subject Re: facelets: custom component and custom converter
Date Wed, 23 Apr 2008 17:31:32 GMT
snippet from faces-config.xml:
<converter>
	<description>
	</description>
	<display-name>contentConverter</display-name>
	<converter-id>contentConverter</converter-id>
	<converter-class>my.package.FaceletsElements.FedoraObjectContentConverter</converter-class>
</converter>

as said before -- it works with standard components. so it seems to be  
something trivial i do not see.







On Wed, 23 Apr 2008 19:21:37 +0200, Andrew Robinson  
<andrew.rw.robinson@gmail.com> wrote:

> Have you registered the converter in faces-config.xml properly? Please
> post your configuration for your converter
>
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 7:20 AM, arne anka <dojo@ginguppin.de> wrote:
>> hi,
>>  i got my custom component (faclets based, not tomahawk or trinidad,
>> extending UIOutput) working so far -- but my converter is not executed.
>>  if i attribute the converter to, say, h:outputText it works, so it  
>> seems to
>> be ok.
>>  my idea is, because i use my own rendere (getRendererType() returns  
>> null)
>> maybe i need to call it myself?
>>  if so, how do i get hold of the converter?
>>
>>  both with
>>
>>  <my:component value="foo" converter="contentConverter" />
>>
>>  and with
>>
>>  <my:component value="foo">
>>         <f:converter converterId="contentConverter"/>
>>  </my:component>
>>
>>  getConverter() always returns null
>>
>>  thanks in advance
>>



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