Sunday, March 18, 2012

مشكل حرف "ي" در swf

همانگونه كه مي دانيد فايل هاي فلش با حرف "ي" فارسي مشكل دارند پس براي حل اين مشكل در dvt component هاي adf به جاي زدن دكمه d در حالت فارسي مي بايست shift+x را بزنيم تا حرف ي به درستي نمايش داده شود

Friday, October 8, 2010

af:message tag sample usage

af:message usage

In this post which has the source file attached also you can see that how you can use af:message in order to show errors that is specific to that a component.
as you know when you generate a general error like the below one
String msg="this is a global message.";
FacesContext ctx = getFacesContext();
FacesMessage fm = new FacesMessage(FacesMessage.SEVERITY_ERROR, msg, "");
ctx.addMessage(null,fm);
the generated error would be catch by af:messages and can be shown inline or popup.
but if you want your message be shown separately for different component or part of the page you can use af:message

the af:message has the property for="" which you must assign a component id to it, then this af:message would only shows the message that is related to that component, you mainly have one af:messages in your page to catch all the messages that are not related to any component and also you can have many af:message for different part of your page.
in order to generate a message that is related to a specific component in your page you must use below code

getFacesContext().addMessage(panelBox.getClientId(getFacesContext()),
new FacesMessage(FacesMessage.SEVERITY_ERROR,
"Specific Error", "this error is just for panel box 1"));

panelBox.getClientId(getFacesContext()   --> is the id of the component, you can write the id component instead but using the getClientId is error free and standard.
you can see a sample application developed in 11.1.1.3 in the attachment to this post.