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From "Hermod Opstvedt (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (SHALE-431) Tomahawk's enabledOnUserRole property doesn't work with Clay
Date Tue, 27 Mar 2007 16:49:51 GMT


Hermod Opstvedt commented on SHALE-431:

This is a non issue. Its simply a matter of using the TlD2ClayCfg tool against the 1.3 version
of tomhawk,. The tomhawk config file you are using is an old one.


> Tomahawk's enabledOnUserRole property doesn't work with Clay
> ------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: SHALE-431
>                 URL:
>             Project: Shale
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Clay
>    Affects Versions: 1.0.4
>            Reporter: Richard W. Eggert II
> The "enabledOnUserRole" attribute accepted by most Tomahawk components (t:selectBooleanCheckbox,
t:inputTextArea, etc.) does not have an effect when the components are instantiated using
Clay.  The "visibleOnUserRole" attribute does seem to work properly, however.  Extending the
components to explicitly set the "rendererType" attribute fixes the problem.
> Example:
> <input
>    type="checkbox"
>    jsfid="t:selectBooleanCheckbox"
>    value="#{mybean.myflag}"
>    enabledOnUserRole="myrole"
> />
> When logged in as a user that does not have the role "myrole", the checkbox above still
renders normally (in read/write mode).
> Example workaround:
> <component jsfid="mySelectBooleanCheckbox" extends="t:selectBooleanCheckbox">
>      <attributes>
>            <set name="rendererType" value="org.apache.myfaces.Checkbox" bindingType="VB"
>     </attributes>
> </component>
> <input
>    type="checkbox"
>    jsfid="mySelectBooleanCheckbox"
>    value="#{mybean.myflag}"
>    enabledOnUserRole="myrole"
> />
> With the "rendererType" attribute set as above, the checkbox renders as expected (in
read-only mode for users that do not have the specified role).
> This issue affects many if not all Tomahawk components that use the "enabledOnUserRole"
attribute (which is pretty much all of them).

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