9 Replies Latest reply on Jul 18, 2006 8:31 AM by Christian Sommer

    facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2

    Christian Sommer Newbie

      Hello,
      first thanks for the great work on spring, it's a pleasure to work with it. Unfortunately I've had two little problems in the last weeks.

      The first one concerns the use of facesMessages after the successful injection into a bean. I'm turning the showDetails param to true in my jsf-message component and every time I use the facesMessages.addFromResourceBundle("xyz") the message is shown twice (the summary and the details are exactly the same). Icouldn't get it work to get the message only once. If I put al literal in the message instead of the resourceBundle-key it works fine.

      My second problem appears while using the t:panelNavigation2 component. It doesn't holds the state after a klick on it. So the activated menuItem doesn't show in fat letters or e.g. the dynamically opened menu is always again closed (as initialized). Is this probably a problem with the states in the phases of a faces request?

      Sorry for my bad english, I'm looking forward for some help. Thx!!

        • 1. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
          Christian Sommer Newbie

           

          "cayo" wrote:
          Hello,
          first thanks for the great work on seam, it's a pleasure to work with it. Unfortunately I've had two little problems in the last weeks.

          The first one concerns the use of facesMessages after the successful injection into a bean. I'm turning the showDetails param to true in my jsf-message component and every time I use the facesMessages.addFromResourceBundle("xyz") the message is shown twice (the summary and the details are exactly the same). Icouldn't get it work to get the message only once. If I put al literal in the message instead of the resourceBundle-key it works fine.

          My second problem appears while using the t:panelNavigation2 component. It doesn't holds the state after a klick on it. So the activated menuItem doesn't show in fat letters or e.g. the dynamically opened menu is always again closed (as initialized). Is this probably a problem with the states in the phases of a faces request?

          Sorry for my bad english, I'm looking forward for some help. Thx!!


          • 2. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
            Christian Sommer Newbie

            bad mistake ... the described errors make me tired! Sorry for that!

            • 3. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
              Gavin King Master

              We can't help you if you don't show code.

              • 4. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                Christian Sommer Newbie

                Ok, I will post some code tomorrow. Now I'm at home and can't get it. I thought/hopped it cold be a known issue.

                • 5. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                  Christian Sommer Newbie

                  First the thing with the messages:


                  <t:div styleClass="messageBlock">
                  <h:messages layout="list" globalOnly="false" errorClass="error" showDetail="true" />
                  </t:div>


                  above the declaration which is inserted in a facelets template like this:

                  <ui:insert name="messages">
                  <div id="status">
                  <ui:include src="messagefooter.xhtml" />
                  </div>
                  </ui:insert>


                  and used in the source like this:

                  @In(create=true)
                  private transient FacesMessages facesMessages;

                  ...

                  facesMessages.addFromResourceBundle("msg.info.6");

                  or

                  facesMessages.addFromResourceBundle(FacesMessage.SEVERITY_WARN, "msg.warn.2");


                  The message "msg..." is found in the resourceBundle which is declared in the seam.properties and displayed twice in one row on the screen.
                  If I don't use a message from the bundle it works correct.

                  • 6. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                    Christian Sommer Newbie

                    And the problem with rendering the navigation:

                    the code from the facelets template:


                    <ui:insert name="navigation">
                    <div id="subnavigation_outer" class="navigationform_outer">
                    <div id="subnavigation" class="navigationform">
                    <ui:include src="navigationmenu.xhtml" />
                    </div>
                    </div>
                    </ui:insert>


                    the inserted navigationmenu.xhtml


                    <!DOCTYPE composition PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
                    <div xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"
                    xmlns:c="http://java.sun.com/jstl/core"
                    xmlns:ui="http://java.sun.com/jsf/facelets"
                    xmlns:t="http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk"
                    xmlns:f="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core"
                    xmlns:h="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html">

                    <div class="section">
                    <h:form id="navForm">
                    <t:panelNavigation2 id="nav01" layout="list" itemClass="mypage" activeItemClass="selected" openItemClass="selected" >

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listing" value="#{messages['nav_0']}" >

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingStandard" value="1" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_1']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingNonfood" value="4" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_2']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingRqm" value="3" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_3']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingRol" value="5" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_4']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingTest" value="2" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_5']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingAktion" action="null" value="#{messages['nav_0_6']}" >

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingAktionNonfood" value="7" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_6_1']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingDrogerie" value="6" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_6_2']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="listingDezentral" value="8" action="#{productform.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_0_7']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="arbeitsliste" action="worklist" actionListener="#{worklist.processAction}" >
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_1']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="prozesse" value="#{messages['nav_2']}" >

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="prozessTemplates" actionListener="#{templatelist.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_2_1']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="prozessInstanzen" actionListener="#{instancelist.processAction}">
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_2_2']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    <t:commandNavigation2 id="logoff" action="#{worklist.logoff}" >
                    <t:outputText value="#{messages['nav_4']}" />
                    </t:commandNavigation2>

                    </t:panelNavigation2>
                    </h:form>
                    </div>
                    </div>


                    the web.xml is configured correctly, every t:-component is use works fine including the navigation. It only initializes after ervery rendering and doesn't hold the state.

                    • 7. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                      Gavin King Master

                       

                      "cayo" wrote:
                      First the thing with the messages:


                      <t:div styleClass="messageBlock">
                      <h:messages layout="list" globalOnly="false" errorClass="error" showDetail="true" />
                      </t:div>



                      Aren't you supposed to use:

                      <h:messages layout="list" globalOnly="false" errorClass="error" showDetail="true" showSummary="false"/>


                      ?

                      • 8. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                        Gavin King Master

                        As for the second question, I have absolutely no idea, I don't use tomahawk stuff.

                        Neither of these questions seem to be related to Seam.

                        • 9. Re: facesMessages and t:panelNavigation2
                          Christian Sommer Newbie

                          "showSummary=false" that's it!

                          So the Seam method for sending a FacesMessage behaves slightly different to the original one from the MyFaces implementation. There it's the summary that is set by default.