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From Anuj Patel <anuj.argus...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: tr:inputFile with panelGroupLayout
Date Wed, 01 Jul 2009 20:46:17 GMT
It looks like the panelGroupLayout is the culprit here.  Because, even after
I provided an id for the panelGroupLayout, the span remained unaltered.
 i.e.  *<**span** id**=**"uploadPhoto:inputFileImg::msg" **class**=**
"OraInlineErrorText"**></**span**>** **
*
*Could someone confirm if this is a bug and if so can we create a JIRA issue
for the same?*

*-Anuj
*
On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 6:21 PM, Anuj Patel <anuj.argusoft@gmail.com> wrote:

> The span *<**span** id**=**"uploadPhoto:inputFileImg::msg" **class**=**
> "OraInlineErrorText"**></**span**>** *
> already indicates who the message is for.  Besides, if this would have been
> a problem, then my code wouldn't have worked in the scenario where I do not
> have anything in the panelGroupLayout.
>
> One of my other apps, also have similar functionality built with which I am
> able to see the message when I try to upload file greater than allowable
> size
>
> Thanks,
> Anuj
>
> On Mon, Jun 29, 2009 at 5:33 PM, Mamallan Uthaman <
> mamallan.uthaman@oracle.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi Anuj,
>>
>> Could you please try using <tr:messages> to display any error message in
>> the FacesContext? If you refer to Trinidad issue (Trinidad-607) that
>> resolved this problem, the last comment states that the error message is
>> stored in the FacesContext.
>>
>> Thanks
>> Mamallan
>>
>>
>> Anuj Patel wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All,
>>> I am using Trinidad-api and trinidad-impl version 1.2.10.  When using
>>> tr:inputFile with in tr:panelGroupLayout, if the file size is too large then
>>> the message that should be displayed for informing the user is not getting
>>> displayed.  Following is the generated source;
>>>   <br><br><span id="uploadPhoto:j_id141"
>>> class="af_panelGroupLayout"><script type="text/javascript">var
>>> _locale='en';var _tLocale='en';</script><script type="text/javascript"
>>> src="/adf/jsLibs/resources/LocaleElements_en1_2_10.js?loc=en"></script><table
>>> id="uploadPhoto:inputFileImg__xc_" class="af_inputFile" cellpadding="0"
>>> cellspacing="0" border="0" summary=""><tr><td class="af_inputFile_label"
>>> nowrap><span id="uploadPhoto:inputFileImg::icon" style="display:none;"><a
>>> name="_msgAnc_uploadPhoto:inputFileImg" title="Error"
>>> class="AFErrorIconStyle">X</a></span></td><td valign="top"
nowrap
>>> class="AFContentCell"><input id="uploadPhoto:inputFileImg"
>>> name="uploadPhoto:inputFileImg" onchange="checkImageExtension(this);"
>>> class="af_inputFile_content" type="file"></td></tr><tr><td></td><td
>>> class="AFComponentMessageCell"><span id="uploadPhoto:inputFileImg::msg"
>>> class="OraInlineErrorText"></span></td></tr></table>
>>> As one may see in the above generated text, the span that should display
>>> the message is turning out to have no value in it.  Also, the icon "X" does
>>> not show up on the screen for some reason.
>>>  Following is my code snippet that is generating the above mentioned view
>>> source when trying to upload a file bigger than allowable size;
>>>  /<tr:panelGroupLayout partialTriggers="uploadImgBtn deleteBtn">
>>>                                                    <tr:inputFile
>>> id="inputFileImg" onchange="validateFile(this);"
>>> partialTriggers="uploadImgBtn deleteBtn" value="#{backingBean.imageFile}"
>>> rendered="#{backingBean.imageFile==null}"/>
>>> /                                                    Is this a bug or am
>>> I missing something?  FYI, I get the same behaviour even with version 1.2.9.
>>>  Although, in version 1.2.9 there is an exception reported in the server log
>>> where as in 1.2.10 the exception does not get logged in server log.
>>> -Anuj
>>>
>>
>

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