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<hx:inputHelperAssist> not working

 
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Hello guys,
inputHelperAssist not working in my code. As code is short i am giving here. Here we go..

<h:inputText id="text4" size="10" required="true" tabindex="31" value="#{StoreNameBean.dates}" >
<f:converter converterId="converters.DateTimeConverter" />
<hx:inputHelperAssist errorClass="inputText_Error" promptCharacter="*" id="assist1" />

</h:inputText>

The converter which is given my me is custome made.

Any guesses ?
 
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Try IBM forum.

 
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I already answered this at the Sun forum: http://forums.sun.com/thread.jspa?threadID=5367506

You landed wrong here. JavaRanch is unfortunately not an IBM forum.

The problem with this IBM component library is that it is closed source and that its documentation is only available when you have paid for it (it is included in WSAD/RAD help menu). If it was open source, we could just have downloaded it and read the freely available documentation to help you (while you could just read it yourself, but OK). But in this case you can only rely on ones who have actual practical experience with it. And you can only meet those guys at the IBM developerworks forum. Good luck.
 
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