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Subject RE: Displaying messages over the content - generated by the content?
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2008 17:36:42 GMT
Hi Gerhard,


Thank you for your answer. Unfortunately I can't use orchestra here but
a prerenderer method is exactly what I need. Can it be possible to hook
up something like a prerendererphase in myfaces / Trinidad? I don't see
any other way how solve this problem.


Thank you





From: Gerhard Petracek [] 
Sent: Thursday, December 11, 2008 6:29 PM
To: MyFaces Discussion
Subject: Re: Displaying messages over the content - generated by the




it's better to load it before the rendering process starts.

you can do that on your own (depending on your application) or you can
use e.g. a mechanism of orchestra (the prerender-method).







2008/12/11 <>



I've got a JSF page divided in 2 parts - the status message area and the
content area. The content area is positioned under the status message
area.  In the status area all messages for the user should be shown -
for example success messages, error messages and exceptions.  In my
content area I've got a  <tr:dataTable value="#{myBean.values}"..>. When
the method getValues() of myBean throws an exception, I'm catching this
exception. I want to display this exception in the status message area -
but this does not work - apparently because the status area is already
rendered when the content el-methods are called.  Is there any solution
for this problem? Is it possible to render the status area at last?


Thank you




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