2 Replies Latest reply on Jun 20, 2007 6:49 AM by Vladimir Dimitrov

    JSF f:subview rendered attribute ignored

    ngeadah Newbie

      Hi All,

      I'm posting this here since I know that the "rendered" attribute of the JSF "subview" tag works fine in normal circumstances, but since I started using Seam it has stopped working!

      In a JSP, I have the following:

      <f:subview id="mySubView1" rendered="#{form.submissionType == 'VA5'}">
       <jsp:include flush="false" page="test.jsp"/>
      </f:subview>
      


      And even though I know for a fact that the expression "form.submissionType == 'VA5'" is evaluated to false, the contents of the jsp include still gets rendered!

      I know my expression is correct since I use the exact same condition on an h:outputText tag, for example and rendering behaves perfectly as expected.

      Is there something that Seam might be doing to get in the way of the rendered attribute of subview tags?

      Thanks!