1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 5, 2010 8:09 AM by Harut Sargsyan

    How to disable modalPanel from moving??

    Peter Len Apprentice

      Hello,

       

      I have a modalPanel which initially has an attribute "moveable=true" (the default).  Depending on what the user does, I would like to dynamically make the modalPanel non-moveable.  I cannot seem to find how to access the modalPanel's moveable property in order to change it, however.  The change from moveable to non-moveable will not occur at a time when an EL expression can be used to define the the "moveable" attribute's value.  I need to be able to access it via Javascript through something like document.getElementById("my_panel").style.moveable.

       

      Does anyone know how I might be able to do this?

       

      Thanks - Peter

        • 1. Re: How to disable modalPanel from moving??
          Harut Sargsyan Apprentice

          Hello,

           

          No idea about doing it via javascript.

          Try to set "movable" value to any Bean class boolean property

          moveable="#{modalPanelBean.movable}"

           

          When user provide any action (after which you mentioned that modalPanel must become none movable or movable), change movable property of modalPanelBean to true/false in corresponding Action/ActionListener method, and do "reRender" mentioned modalPanel. I think this should work.

           

          Regards.