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From "Scott O'Bryan" <darkar...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: MyFaces Trinidad 1.2 - set-method wont be called after changing textfield from disabled=true to disabled=false (PPR)
Date Wed, 24 Aug 2011 15:46:53 GMT
What scope is your controller bean?

Sent from my iPhone

On Aug 24, 2011, at 8:58 AM, JTom <thomas.rottloff@avs.de> wrote:

>
> Hey everybody,
>
> I have a problem with disabled components (especially textfields) in MyFaces
> Trinidad 1.2.
>
> My page loads initially all my textfields with disabled="false".
> After clicking a (enabled) button to "unlock" the textfield-component (now
> ... disabled="false") the page
> reloads with the enabled textfields. Now I would like to type some text in
> it and click a "save"-Button to save the information of the
> model-managedbean. But this last step doesnt work! :-(
> The set-method of the model is never called (I checked this in debug-mode)
> when I try to save the information of my modelBean. The get-methods delivers
> the unchanged original values.
>
> When I initally load the page with textfields disabled="false" and switch it
> to true (by button click of course) and  back to false, the set-method of
> the model will be called. Its just a problem when I try to initially load
> the textfields disabled="true". It seems to me, after PPR the component is
> not "linked" to the value in the modelBean.
>
> Has anyone a idea to solve this problem?
>
>
>
> public class Controller {
> private  boolean isDisabled = true;
>
> public boolean getIsDisabled(){
>   return isDisabled;
> }
>
> public String switchVisibility(ActionEvent event){
>  isDisabled=false;
> return "refresh";
> }
> public String save(ActionEvent event){
>  Model modelBean = (Model
> )FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getExternalContext().getSessionMap().get("model");
>
> [...]
>
> serviceLayerBean.saveText(modelBean.getText1());
>
> [...]
>
> }
>
> }
>
> public class Modell{
>
> private String text1 = "";
> private String text2 = "";
> private String text3 = "";
>
> public String getText1(){
>  return text1;
> }
>  public String getText2(){
>  return text1;
> }
>  public String getText3(){
>  return text1;
> }
>
>  public void setText1(String text1){
>  this.text1 = text1;
> }
>  public void setText2(String text2){
>  this.text2 = text2;
> }
>  public void setText3(String text3){
>  this.text3 = text3;
> }
>
> }
>
> <tr:inputText id="text1" disabled="#{controllerBean.isDisabled}"
> value="modelBean.text1">
> <tr:inputText id="text2" disabled="#{controllerBean.isDisabled}"
> value="modelBean.text2">
> <tr:inputText id="text3" disabled="#{controllerBean.isDisabled}"
> value="modelBean.text3">
> <tr:commandButton id="switchButton" text="Switch"
> actionListener="#{controllerBean.switchVisibility}"
> <tr:commandButton id="saveButton" text="Save"
> actionListener="#{controllerBean.save}"
>
>
> Thanks for your help,
> Tom
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