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From Scott McMasters <>
Subject Re: [Trinidad] tr:selectOneChoice value change ppr
Date Fri, 02 Apr 2010 14:54:46 GMT
This doesn't make sense because this is in the FAQ:


2.1. Can I use standard Faces or MyFaces Tomahawk tags with Apache Trinidad?

Yes; standard Faces tags and Tomahawk tags can be used with MyFaces
Trinidad. You can even use <h:form> instead of <tr:form> without
losing any MyFaces Trinidad functionality.


Shouldn't this be deleted in the FAQ and the developer's guide be
explicit about this problem?

Scott McMasters

On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 3:09 PM, Scott McMasters
<> wrote:
> I just discovered they *have* to be in trinidad:form.
> Thanks, anyway.
> On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 2:42 PM, Scott McMasters
> <> wrote:
>> Hello, all,
>> I have a page with two JSF forms in it:  one only has a commandLink in
>> a menu facelet, and the other has a form for inserting data.  I use
>> the commandLink to call a managed bean method for prepping the form in
>> the previous page, such as loading lists into tr:selectOneChoice's.
>> In the form, I have several tr:selectOneChoice's, and the list in one
>> depend on what the user selects in another.  Of course, I use ppr for
>> this.  The problem is that when I change the value, the entire page
>> tries to reload.
>> Before I had an alternative way to prep the insert form, using Shale,
>> but it doesn't play nice with Trinidad either.
>> Does anyone have any suggestions?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Scott McMasters

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