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Oops, I figured it out. I did not have the correct taglib xml for facelets...
15 years ago
JSF
Nope, facelets requires xml complaint code. HTML is not true xml.
15 years ago
JSF
Thanks for the info. I updated my name with a different spelling of my last name.
Sadly there can only be one person with a name in the system.

Thanks!
15 years ago
JSF
Oh, and this is my faces config:



And my we.xml:
15 years ago
JSF
Hello,
I am trying to use the myfaces saveState function along with facelets and I am having some very vexing issues :-)

I broke down the issue to the basic components. Basically if I have a simple JSF page like the following:



In that case, the save state appears to be working as expected. If I convert this to facelets, it does not appear to be working. Here is the conversion:


Now all of the sudden it does not work!! The page maintains the ID value but the list goes away...

The backing bean is super simple:

private String id;
private List items;



When I bring it up the first time it is empty.
If I press the "load" button then a static array of items is loaded and displayed.
If I then click save, the items are not redisplayed.

The when I click load I see these from my phase listener..

BEFORE PHASE: RESTORE_VIEW(1)
BEFORE PHASE: RESTORE_VIEW(1)
AFTER PHASE: RESTORE_VIEW(1)
AFTER PHASE: RESTORE_VIEW(1)
BEFORE PHASE: APPLY_REQUEST_VALUES(2)
BEFORE PHASE: APPLY_REQUEST_VALUES(2)
AFTER PHASE: APPLY_REQUEST_VALUES(2)
AFTER PHASE: APPLY_REQUEST_VALUES(2)
BEFORE PHASE: PROCESS_VALIDATIONS(3)
BEFORE PHASE: PROCESS_VALIDATIONS(3)
AFTER PHASE: PROCESS_VALIDATIONS(3)
AFTER PHASE: PROCESS_VALIDATIONS(3)
BEFORE PHASE: UPDATE_MODEL_VALUES(4)
BEFORE PHASE: UPDATE_MODEL_VALUES(4)
AFTER PHASE: UPDATE_MODEL_VALUES(4)
AFTER PHASE: UPDATE_MODEL_VALUES(4)
BEFORE PHASE: INVOKE_APPLICATION(5)
BEFORE PHASE: INVOKE_APPLICATION(5)
Loading item list
AFTER PHASE: INVOKE_APPLICATION(5)
AFTER PHASE: INVOKE_APPLICATION(5)
BEFORE PHASE: RENDER_RESPONSE(6)
BEFORE PHASE: RENDER_RESPONSE(6)
AFTER PHASE: RENDER_RESPONSE(6)
AFTER PHASE: RENDER_RESPONSE(6)



That appears a bit odd, not sure why it is doubling..
When I then click save I see this:


I have been somewhat stumped with this for awhile. I would really appreciate any leads anyone can provide as to what the problem might be.

Thanks!!
15 years ago
JSF