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From Joris Kimpe <joris.ki...@get.be>
Subject Re: [TRINIDAD] include jsp using param
Date Wed, 18 Jun 2008 15:41:40 GMT

Maybe my example isn't clear.  What I mean is:
- my first.jsp contains a table with a var named row
- my second.jsp contains an inputText with the value of an element "text" of
the var "row" (from the table of first.jsp)



Joris Kimpe wrote:
> 
> To be honest, I want to stick to JSF (especially Trinidad, so no Tomahawk)
> if this is possible.  So, could you give me a small example of how I can
> use a var from fist.jsp in second.jsp?
> 
> So something like this:
> 
> first.jsp
> <tr:table id="tableId" value="#{backingBean.dataModel}" var="row">
>          ... call second.jsp or something like that (like it was a
> component)
> </tr:table>
> 
> 
> second.jsp
> <tr:inputText id="textId" value="#{var.text}"/>
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> Andrew Robinson-5 wrote:
>> 
>> 1) use facelets
>> 2) honestly, use facelets, JSPs stink
>> 3) well if you must...
>> 4) are you really sure you want to stick with JSP, a failed technology?
>> 5) okay, don't use params. JSP includes do not change the JSF scopes.
>> Therefore, as long as you are not using JSTL tags in your include, you
>> don't need to use JSP tags at all except for the include. If you need
>> to change the name of a EL so that there is one standard for your
>> include to use, have a look at the tomahawk alias bean:
>> http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk/tlddoc/t/aliasBean.html
>> 
>> Basically, if you are using JSF, try to stay 100% in JSF and not use
>> JSP as much as possible as it only creates confusion. Even if you
>> understand it, someone maintaining the code may not. As a result it is
>> always best to stick with 100% JSF tags and components.
>> 
>> As for #2-4 I couldn't resist sharing my opinion ;)
>> 
>> -Andrew
>> 
>> On Wed, Jun 18, 2008 at 1:44 AM, Joris Kimpe <joris.kimpe@get.be> wrote:
>>>
>>> Great article!
>>>
>>> How do you suggest how I should do this?  I have 3 pages using the same
>>> panelPopup (which is in second.jsp).  For maintenance and redundancy
>>> reasons
>>> I want to write this panelPopup only once (and include it somehow in my
>>> 3
>>> pages).  I thought jsp:include should do the trick, but this didn't
>>> work...
>>>
>>> Joris
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Andrew Robinson-5 wrote:
>>>>
>>>> Read this:
>>>>
>>>> http://andrewfacelets.blogspot.com/2008/03/build-time-vs-render-time.html
>>>>
>>>> On Tue, Jun 17, 2008 at 8:54 AM, Joris Kimpe <joris.kimpe@get.be>
>>>> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>> Hello group,
>>>>>
>>>>> I have a jsp (containing Trinidad components), and I want to include
a
>>>>> second jsp page (using jsp:include).  I'd like to pass a backing bean
>>>>> parameter to the included page (so I can use this value in a
>>>>> javascript
>>>>> function), but how can I do this?
>>>>>
>>>>> It appears to be impossible to use "#{row.shiftId}" inside the onclick
>>>>> attribute (which is in the included jsp).  Or am I wrong?  Also using
>>>>> ${param.shiftId} results in an error:
>>>>> According to TLD or attribute directive in tag file, attribute onclick
>>>>> does
>>>>> not accept any expressions
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> These are my jsp files:
>>>>>
>>>>> first.jsp
>>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>> ...
>>>>> <f:subview id="overviewPage">
>>>>>        <tr:table id="overviewTable" value="#{backingBean.dataModel}"
>>>>> var="row">
>>>>>                ...
>>>>>                <tr:panelFormLayout>
>>>>>                        <tr:table id="results" value="#{row.results}"
>>>>> var="result">
>>>>>                                <tr:column>
>>>>>                                        <tr:outputLabel
>>>>> value="#{result.shift}"/>
>>>>>                                </tr:column>
>>>>>                        </tr:table>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>                        <jsp:include page="second.jsp">
>>>>>                                <jsp:param name="shiftId"
>>>>> value="#{row.shiftId}"/>
>>>>>                        </jsp:include>
>>>>>                </tr:panelFormLayout>
>>>>>                ...
>>>>>        </tr:table>
>>>>> </f:subview>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> second.jsp
>>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>>>> <f:subview id="createAbsence">
>>>>>        <tr:panelPopup onclick="jsFunction('${param.shiftId}');"
>>>>> text="create"
>>>>> modal="true" position="relative">
>>>>>                <tr:selectOneChoice label="type"
>>>>> value="#{backingBean.type}"
>>>>> required="yes" immediate="true">
>>>>>                        <f:selectItems
>>>>> value="#{personalShiftPlanOverviewActions.absenceTypes}"
>>>>> />
>>>>>                </tr:selectOneChoice>
>>>>>                ...
>>>>>        </tr:panelPopup>
>>>>> </f:subview>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks for your help!
>>>>>
>>>>> Joris
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>>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
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>>>
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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