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From Michael Kakuschky <kakusc...@elbe-net.de>
Subject Re: [tobago] Validation in Popups
Date Tue, 12 Oct 2010 08:40:44 GMT
  Hello Udo, with the way you described it works well. My problem is now 
that I use apache tomcat instead eclipse and I'm not using maven. So I 
have to find out which is the responsible difference.

Best regards Michael

Am 09.10.2010 08:54, schrieb Udo Schnurpfeil:
>  Addition (but I don't think the problem rely on that):
> Server:
> Mac OS 10.6.4, Maven 2.2.1, Java 1.6.0_20
> Clients:
> Firefox 3.6.10, Mac OS 10.6.4
> Safari 5.0.2, Mac OS 10.6.4
> Internet Explorer 6.0, Windows XP SP 3
> Internet Explorer 8.0, Windows 7
> Firefox 3.6.8, Ubuntu 10.4
>
> Am 08.10.10 18:30, schrieb Udo Schnurpfeil:
>>  Hi Michael,
>>
>> I've just rechecked you sample, but I can't reproduce the problem. 
>> So, it may depends on some odd diffence of my and you environment.
>>
>> Let be describe what I did:
>>
>> 1. svn co 
>> https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/myfaces/tobago/tags/tobago-1.0.30/example/demo/

>> demo
>> 2. cd demo
>> 3. edit src/main/webapp/popup-test.jsp (this is a modified version of 
>> you sniplet, the EL to the Java code was removed)
>> <%@ taglib uri="http://myfaces.apache.org/tobago/component" 
>> prefix="tc" %>
>> <%@ taglib uri="http://myfaces.apache.org/tobago/extension" 
>> prefix="tx" %>
>> <%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core" prefix="f" %>
>> <%@ taglib tagdir="/WEB-INF/tags/layout" prefix="layout" %>
>>
>> <layout:overview>
>> <jsp:body>
>> <tc:box label="Test for Popups to be open in case of an validation 
>> error">
>> <f:facet name="layout">
>> <tc:gridLayout rows="fixed;1*"/>
>> </f:facet>
>>
>> <tc:form>
>> <tc:panel>
>> <f:facet name="layout">
>> <tc:gridLayout rows="fixed" columns="fixed"/>
>> </f:facet>
>> <tc:button label="new item">
>> <tc:attribute name="renderedPartially" value="non_modal_popup1"/>
>> <f:facet name="popup">
>> <tc:popup width="500" height="325" id="non_modal_popup1" modal="true">
>> <tc:box label="create new item">
>> <f:facet name="layout">
>> <tc:gridLayout columns="1*" rows="fixed;fixed"/>
>> </f:facet>
>> <tc:cell>
>> <tx:in label="contact name" value="some value" required="true"/>
>> </tc:cell>
>> <tc:cell>
>> <tc:button width="100" label="add">
>> <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
>> </tc:button>
>> </tc:cell>
>> </tc:box>
>> </tc:popup>
>> </f:facet>
>> </tc:button>
>> </tc:panel>
>> </tc:form>
>>
>> </tc:box>
>> </jsp:body>
>> </layout:overview>
>> 4. mvn jetty:run-exploded
>> 5. browse: 
>> http://localhost:8080/tobago-example-demo/faces/popup-test.jsp
>> 6. click "new item" -> popup opens
>> 7. click "add" -> popup closes
>> 8. click "new item" -> popup opens
>> 9. remove the value of "contact name"
>> 10. click "add" -> popup keeps open and the input will be colored red
>>
>> Can you check, if this works the same way on your box.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Udo
>>
>>
>> Am 04.10.10 10:59, schrieb Volker Weber:
>>> Hi Michael,
>>>
>>> yes we have validation in Popups, but this is a bit hack like, nothing
>>> to show as example.
>>>
>>> The problem is the partial rendering and the popup handling in 
>>> tobago 1.0.x:
>>>
>>> If you need validation inside a popup, you should not close the popup
>>> via popupClose attribute, but rerender the popup content partial and,
>>> on success, close the popup via hidden button and javascript.
>>>
>>> something like this should work, if you set the
>>> #{myController.closePopup} value in your newItem action.
>>>
>>> <tc:cell>
>>> <f:facet name="layout">
>>> <tc:gridLayout colums="fixed;1*" />
>>> </f:facet>
>>> <tc:button width="100" label="add" action="#{myController.newitem}">
>>> <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
>>> </tc:button>
>>> <tc:text escape="false"
>>>               rendered="#{myController.closePopup}"
>>>               value="<script
>>> type=\"text/javascript\">Tobago.submitAction('full clientId of
>>> hiddenCloseButton');</script>" />
>>> <f:facet name="hiddenCloseButton">
>>> <tc:button id="hiddenCloseButton">
>>> <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
>>> </tc:button>
>>> </f:facet>
>>> </tc:cell>
>>>
>>> In tobago 1.5 this would be easier.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>      Volker
>>>
>>> 2010/10/4 Michael Kakuschky<kakuschky@elbe-net.de>:
>>>>   Does nobody has an working example for validation in popus?
>>>>
>>>> Regards Michael
>>>>
>>>> Am 29.09.2010 08:57, schrieb Michael Kakuschky:
>>>>>   Hello Udo, thanks for the answer but my form is already around the
>>>>> tc:button which I used to open the popup. Here is a snippset of my 
>>>>> original
>>>>> version. The popup works and the form data will processed. Only 
>>>>> validations
>>>>> and required checks doesn't work. In case of missing or wrong data 
>>>>> the pop
>>>>> is just closing without calling the action method of the popups 
>>>>> submit
>>>>> button. Can you show on this example what's todo or maybe wrong ?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks&  best regards Michael
>>>>>
>>>>> <tc:form>
>>>>> <tc:panel>
>>>>> <f:facet name="layout">
>>>>> <tc:gridLayout  rows="fixed" columns="fixed" />
>>>>> </f:facet>
>>>>> <tc:button label="new item">
>>>>> <tc:attribute name="renderedPartially" value="non_modal_popup1"/>
>>>>> <f:facet name="popup">
>>>>> <tc:popup width="500" height="325" id="non_modal_popup1" 
>>>>> modal="true">
>>>>> <tc:box label="create new item">
>>>>> <f:facet name="layout">
>>>>> <tc:gridLayout columns="1*" rows="fixed;fixed" />
>>>>> </f:facet>
>>>>> <tc:cell>
>>>>> <tx:in label="contact name" 
>>>>> value="#{myController.itemToAdd.contact_name}"
>>>>> required="true" />
>>>>> </tc:cell>
>>>>> <tc:cell>
>>>>> <tc:button width="100" label="add" action="#{myController.newitem}">
>>>>> <tc:attribute name="popupClose" value="afterSubmit"/>
>>>>> </tc:button>
>>>>> </tc:cell>
>>>>> </tc:box>
>>>>> </tc:popup>
>>>>> </f:facet>
>>>>> </tc:button>
>>>>> </tc:panel>
>>>>> </tc:form>
>>>>>
>>>>> Am 28.09.2010 15:12, schrieb Udo Schnurpfeil:
>>>>>>   Hello Michael,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> please try to put the form outside of the command tag, which 
>>>>>> opens the
>>>>>> popup. This should solve your problems.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The background is: The popup must be inside the form to consider

>>>>>> it was
>>>>>> already active.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Regards,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Udo
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Am 23.09.10 22:29, schrieb Michael Kakuschky:
>>>>>>>   Hello, I have a form in a popup. Now it works fine and I add
some
>>>>>>> validators to it. I checked that they are executed and throws
the
>>>>>>> ValidatorException if the input does not match the requirements.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> In case of exceptions the action behind the popup form is not

>>>>>>> executed
>>>>>>> but unfortunately the popup is closed without any notification

>>>>>>> about the
>>>>>>> wrong input. Is there a way to keep the popup open so that the

>>>>>>> user is
>>>>>>> informed about the wrong input?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> thanks&regards Michael
>>>>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>

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