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From Matt Cooper <mcoo...@apache.org>
Subject Re: tr:inputFile with panelGroupLayout
Date Mon, 13 Jul 2009 22:47:59 GMT
Hi Anuj,

Your test page seems to be okay.  In your first email, there is this style:

display:none

Perhaps either the faces message didn't get assigned to the inputFile
component or maybe the inputFile doesn't know how to render when faces
messages are associated with it?

Regards,
Matt

On Mon, Jul 13, 2009 at 3:51 PM, Anuj Patel <anuj.argusoft@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Matt,
> Attached is the page I created to reproduce this problem.  I haven't used
> any other component library nor is there any custom HTML on the page.  Yet,
> the problem is easily reproduced.
> If you find something fishy in the code, then please feel free to point it
> out.
>
> -Anuj
>
>
>
> On Tue, Jul 7, 2009 at 9:57 AM, Matt Cooper <mcooper@apache.org> wrote:
>
>> The behavior described sounds like there might be some invalid HTML on the
>> page.  If you have any other component libraries or any custom HTML in this
>> page, I would recommend trying to remove them temporarily to isolate the
>> problem.  If certain pieces of the page are not showing up but their content
>> is present in the raw page source, this is typically caused by mismatching
>> start/end elements.
>>
>> Regards,
>> Matt
>>
>>
>> On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 2:46 PM, Anuj Patel <anuj.argusoft@gmail.com>wrote:
>>
>>> 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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