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Rui Azevedo

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Hi Mohamed!

Thank you for your reply. That is indeed a useful link, and I had already visited that page.

The problem is that, while it presents some interesting use case diagrams for my purposes, there are no corresponding textual descriptions.
Hi guys!!

Does anyone know where I can find an example of a use case diagram with <<include>> and <<extend>> relationships between use cases, inheritance relationships between actors and use cases, and respective textual descriptions?

I would be much appreciated
And what's the name of the security system?
10 years ago
JSF
I've never done it myself. But maybe you can find some pointers here and here.
10 years ago
JSF
For multiple pages, if you are using CDI, conversation scope is probably the most appropriate. Otherwise, you can go with session scope or define a custom scope of your own, but that is not so trivial.
10 years ago
JSF
You lose your values because a request scoped bean is destroyed and reconstructed with each request. Maybe view scope solves your problems, it stays alive as long as you stay on a page.
10 years ago
JSF
Take a look at this. He does for datatables what you want to do with your components. You basically have to play with creating value expressions and whatnot programatically.
10 years ago
JSF
Hmm.. My .xhtml is this:


and this is the DynamicForm bean:


And this is the data table component, the one that's giving me problems:


The addComponent method ignores the bindingValue parameter, and the selectableOptions here evaluates to a list a of KeyValueItem. Which I present next:


When i try to run the project Glassfish tells me KeyValueItem doesn't have a readable property 'chave'.

It's a lot of code to go through, so if you can sort through it you have my deepest thanks.
10 years ago
JSF
Hey guys!

In a project I'm ivolved in I have to dynamically add some components. All was going well until I had to generate data tables dynamically. I'm iterating a list of "SomeObject" and when I try to access a property of that object Glassfish tells me that object doesn't have such a property that is readable. I have getters for those properties and SomeObject implements Serializable as well. I used BalusC resources but I'm having no luck. Tell me if you need any more detail. Thanks.
10 years ago
JSF

Chris Baron wrote:

  • Ruud Gullit was an anti-apartheid supporter who dedicated his World- and European Footballer of the Year awards to Nelson Mandela, when he was in jail. He even made an anti-apartheid song.
  • Ajax Amsterdam has an subsidiary in cape town.


  • I had no idea, very interesting.

    And i get what you're saying, if there's capable of turning the table against Brazil it's Robben.
    But most importantly, let's hope it'll be a good match with no interference from the refs.
    11 years ago

    Chris Baron wrote:But the Dutch have Arjen Robben and some sort of home advantage.



    If we start naming individualities Brazil still wins =P
    Why do you say Holland has some kind of home advantage, emigrants? Portugal would also have that against Spain, I don't think it matters too much.. Players can't hear anything besides the vuvuzelas :/
    11 years ago
    nahh.. Holland's defence cant stop the brazillian atack.
    11 years ago
    Maybe football is drama, but for many players the World Cup is a once in a lifetime opportunity. And to come out of the tournament after leaving everything on the field, just because the referee made a bad decision... It's frustrating to say the least.
    11 years ago
    For a requirement to be a true requirement it has to be verifiable, otherwise you can't even call it a requirement.
    Having that said, look at your requirements and at your project, and try to see if your project meets them successfully or not. You can base your response on that.
    I'd say option 2 is the way to go.
    OO design is a much richer way to model a problem (hierarchies, composition,etc).