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From "Antonio Petrelli" <antonio.petre...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Tiles not building extended content
Date Tue, 07 Oct 2008 13:15:31 GMT
I forgot one thing, did you upgrade to Tiles 2.0.6?

Antonio

2008/10/7 dcosio <dccosio@gmail.com>:
>
> Ok, I'm using "userAttribute", importAttribute didn't seem to provide the
> values..So now the values are making it down 2 levels..
>
> The page i'm trying to render uses: This chain of definitions.. With the
> changes Im seeing the values being passed to the ".tile.layout.content" Here
> are the values
>
> Content Layout:pageContent../WEB-INF/layouts/tabbed_layout.jsp
> Content Layout:sectionTitle..Grant Permissions
> Content Layout:tabs../WEB-INF/views/chrome/gpoTabs.jsp
> Content Layout:activeTab..Open Requests
> Content Layout:tabPane../WEB-INF/views/content/gpo/requestsView.jsp
>
> The content layout uses another insert
> <tiles:insertAttribute name="pageContent">
>    <tiles:putAttribute
> name="sectionTitle">${sectionTitle}</tiles:putAttribute>
>    <tiles:putAttribute name="pageContent">${tabPane}</tiles:putAttribute>
>    <tiles:putAttribute name="tabs"       >${tabs}</tiles:putAttribute>
>    <tiles:putAttribute name="activeTab"  >${activeTab}</tiles:putAttribute>
>  </tiles:insertAttribute>
> So these values are inserted here.. but nothing happens . I would expect the
> tabbed_layout.jsp to compile and render but nothing is happening. Everything
> stops at the content layout..
>
> any idea why?
>
> <definition name=".tile.layout.main"
> template="/WEB-INF/layouts/main_layout.jsp">
>        <put-attribute  name="header"
> value="/WEB-INF/views/chrome/header.jsp"/>
>        <put-attribute name="pageTitle" type="string" value="REPLACE_ME"/>
>        <put-attribute name="pageContent" value="REPLACE_ME"/>
>        <put-attribute name="footer"
> value="/WEB-INF/views/chrome/footer.jsp"/>
>    </definition>
>
>    <definition name=".tile.layout.content" extends=".tile.layout.main">
>      <put-attribute name="pageContent"
> value="/WEB-INF/layouts/content_layout.jsp" />
>      <put-attribute name="sectionTitle" value="REPLACE_ME" />
>      <put-attribute name="contentPane" value="REPLACE_ME" />
>    </definition>
> <definition name=".tile.layout.tabbed" extends=".tile.layout.content">
>      <put-attribute name="contentPane"
> value="/WEB-INF/layouts/tabbed_layout.jsp" />
>      <put-attribute name="tabs" value="REPLACE_ME_TABS"/>
>      <put-attribute name="activeTab" value="REPLACE_ME"/>
>      <put-attribute name="tabPane" value="REPLACE_ME_TAB_PANE"/>
>    </definition>
> <definition name=".tile.layout.gpo" extends=".tile.layout.tabbed">
>        <put-attribute name="pageTitle"  value="Grant Permissions"/>
>        <put-attribute name="sectionTitle" value="Grant Permissions"/>
>        <put-attribute name="tabs"
> value="/WEB-INF/views/chrome/gpoTabs.jsp"/>
>    </definition>
>
>    <definition name="tile.gpo.openRequests" extends=".tile.layout.gpo">
>        <put-attribute name="activeTab" value="Open Requests"/>
>        <put-attribute name="tabPane"
> value="/WEB-INF/views/content/gpo/requestsView.jsp"/>
>    </definition>
>
> Antonio Petrelli-3 wrote:
>>
>> 2008/10/6 dcosio <dccosio@gmail.com>:
>>>
>>> Ah, I tried that and it did fail. This is quite a change from tiles 1.
>>
>> I don't think so, it is a change from "Tiles 2.0.3" where there was a
>> bug (or an "unintended feature").
>>
>>> I
>>> guess I will have to go through and redefine these. So, there is no way
>>> to
>>> get the current context values out to use them in the putAttribute tags?
>>> I
>>> did try "useAttribute tags .. and that didn't work.. This seems strange
>>> that
>>> I loose the values
>>
>> You don't loose them, they are available to an "outer" context.
>> In the e-mail with the 3 options, the first was this:
>>
>> <snip>
>> 1. Use <tiles:importAttribute> to import attributes and then use it in
>> <tiles:putAttribute>
>>
>> For example:
>>
>> <tiles:importAttribute name="pageContent">
>> ...
>> <tiles:insertAttribute name="pageContent">
>>       <tiles:putAttribute name="pageContent"  value="${pageContent}" />
>> </snip>
>>
>> So you have to use the <tiles:importAttribute> tag (or
>> <tiles:useAttribute>) *outside* of <tiles:insertAttribute>.
>>
>> Antonio
>>
>>
>
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