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Simple tags.

 
Amruth Puppala
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Hi all,
See the code bellow.
<prefix:sufix attr="text">
<prefix:sufix attr="text">
<prefix:sufix attr="text"/>
</prefix:sufix>
</prefix:sufix>

Lets assume <prefix:sufix> tag is implements Simple tag API.

problems:
1. To get the communication between the child and parent.
2. To get the depth the each tag

We can solve using getParent() method.


But can we use findancistorWithClass(JspTag,class) method to solve any of these 2 problems.
 
deepa raj
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It may be used to solve the first problem.
 
Amruth Puppala
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Can some could tell with clearly so that we will get complete understanding.
 
Baddy Davay
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actually findAncesstorWithclass will return you the immidiate parent when invoking from the child ,So in this case the findAncestorWithClass will work the same way as getPArent()
 
Baddy Davay
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When i said the immediate parent means the parent type of class you are passing as the parameter ,for example:
<prefix:sufix attr="text">
<prefix:sufix attr="text">
<prefix:sufix attr="text"/>
</prefix:sufix>
</prefix:sufix>
 
Amruth Puppala
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Thanks Baddy,

So you mean to say findAncesstorWithclass will solve both of above problems?
 
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