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From Thomas Möller <thomas.moel...@continentale.de>
Subject Re: composite components: optional method-expression-attributes
Date Thu, 04 Nov 2010 08:44:40 GMT

I found the discussion for jsf 2.1 and recognized that new attribute
"targetAttributeName" on the attribute tag. But could somebody of the
experts briefly answer here if I can do the following regarding to nested
attributes:

public interface SimpleModel
{
  String myaction();
}

<my:buttonPanel button1="#{simpleModel1}" button2="#{simpleModel2}" />

Is it possible to declare:

<cc:interface>
  <cc:attribute name="model" type="SimpleModel" >
    <cc:attribute name="myaction" targetAttributeName="action"
targets="button" />
  </cc:attribute>
</cc:interface>

<cc:implementation>
  <h:commandButton id="button" ... />
</cc:implementation>

How can I declare a navigation rule for all actions that arise from button1?

  <from-action>#{simpleModel1...}</from-action> <!-- ??? -->

If I had two actions on a model I had to distinguish them from each other
somehow.

Thanks for your answers in advance!


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