I had a very similar sounding problem with rich:extendedDataTable when I moved from M4 to CR1. Brian
suggested using a 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT because a known problem had been fixed, and it solved the problem.
I really couldn't say if it's likely or not that there could be any commonality between your tree problem and
my datatable problem, but it's all I can think of other than logging a jira.
Thanks Brendan. That sounds promising. I'm using Maven and changed my POM to 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT, i.e.
but it doesn't like an orderingList I have. I get
Library supports namespace: http://richfaces.org/rich, but no tag was defined for name: orderingList
Do you know if I'm using 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT in the correct way as it seems I'm getting an older version of RF?
Are there versions like 4.1.0-XXXX-SNAPSHOT existing? I googled it but couldn't find Maven versions.
Again, thanks a million.
Hi, what you have tried is exactly what I did. Can you try shutting the app server down and doing
a clean & build and see if that helps?
Maybe this is needed? I seriously need to read up on maven, I just "get by" at the moment!
<name>JBoss Public Maven Repository Group</name>
Wow. Thanks for the speedy responses. I think you may have nailed it. I had
present, though I had totally forgotten about its existence until you mentioned it. I think the new snapshot is missing rich:orderingList
and that I had downloaded the correct snapshot the first time.
I checked the file maven-metadata-jboss-public-repository-group.xml in the new 4.1.0-SNAPSHOT directory in my maven repository
which inicated (I think) it was updating correctly :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
I then commented out the rich:orderingList to check my original problem wrt the tree not refreshing immediately, like your rich:extendedDataTable. Well, great news - it works again in the SNAPSHOT. So, you were right. Thanks very much for all your help Brendan.
Can anyone confirm that rich:orderingList has been accidentally dropped from the latest SNAPSHOT? If so, I'll log it. Otherwise, I'll wait until I see the next snapshot. Thanks.