I know JSF is component based, but I have a situation where I am writing an application using Nagios, which is an OSS network monitoring tool. The tool monitors/notifies systems (db, ldap, mq, etc) using unique URL's.
I've written a backing bean which takes the URL parameters to decide which system to test.
Right now i'm putting the parameter into a command link that I click manually to invoke the backing bean:
While this is fine while I am developing the app, it won't work with a tool that only submits http requests.
What I'd like to do is to call the testAction() from the URL (as is shown in "TODO" above). It seems like there should be a way to invoke the testAction() method from the faces context, but I haven't been able to figure out how.
Post by:Daniel Rhoades
Yeah this feature is a pain in JSF - I get round it by creating a custom component (just a custom tag really...) and in the tag's encodeBegin method I do the stuff I need to render a reponse without the user having to click a submit button.
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