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Struts & Hibernate
|You can still create custom tags in Java if you 're
dead-set on it.
Or you can use JSP 2.0 tags where your tag
implementation is in JSP.
There are a lot of ways of doing what you 're trying to
Thank you for this hint but in this case I don 't think so.
I am already use tiles for the overall page structure but for this
minor substructures I don 't want to use a kind of tiles sub-hierarchy.Thinking on it a bit Basti I think that your best friend would be Sitemesh
If you have the same structure (or a small number of structures)
across all the appl2007/11/2 Rod Bollinger <techinfo@(protected) >
> Tiles (and in Struts 1? Tiles) -)
And for the newcoming Struts 1.4 Tiles 2 -)
Sorry for the advertisement -P
Tiles (and in Struts 1? Tiles) -)
From lbastil [mailto basti-unterwegs@(protected)]
Sent Friday November 02 2007 10 43
T2007/11/2 lbastil <basti-unterwegs@(protected) >
> I want to archive the following
> I noticed in my page code often this redundant structure
> (dynamic parts in )
> <div id "headerTunfortunately that does not solve the problems. the readme states that the
app is not ready to run because there are portal-container specific
configurations that are required - it comes packaged wit
I want to archive the following
I noticed in my page code often this redundant structure
(dynamic parts in )
<div id "headerTitle " >
[Header Section Name]
<div id "headerContent " >
I 've found the source off my problem.
It seams that if you want to format a value in s textfield tag you have to
<s text id "myFieldValueID " name "format.number " > <s param name "value "
I also submitted an email yesterday related to type conversion and your
observation below was very helpful. The fact that your case 2 doesn 't
work also describes my problem (submitted as "interceptorHi Anton
which theme is specified in your s head tag?
----- Original Message -----
From "Anton Pussep " <anton-ml@(protected) >
To "Struts Users Mailing List " <user@(protected) >
I am using the following tag for uploading text files
<s file name "myDoc " accept "text/plain " / >
I expected it to recognise wrong content types but it accepts any files
I upload. What migSeems like the 2.1.1-SNAPSHOT portlet app bundles servlet-api-2.3.jar.
Try removing it and see if that helps.
On 11/1/07 Brian Relph <relphie@(protected) > wrote
> this is the sample webapp doOr you can use Decorators
<display table name "list "
decorator "mypackage.decorator.MyDecorator " >
<display column titleKey "colName "
I have read your conversion here
I am having a strange problem in my converter.
case 1 -
<s textfield name "myDate "/ >
myDateWe are having two issues with the datetimepicker in struts 2.0.9
The first is when using the datetime picker the calendar displays 1901 when
the date is actually 2001. I 'm sure there has to be a simpWe have a pojo with a birthDate property whose setter is going to parse
the String value and throw an exception if it cannot be parsed.
We are not using a date picker the value must be typed in as Err a stupid question... where do I send the CLA? And I have to send it in
PDF format right?
On 10/31/07 Musachy Barroso <musachy@(protected) > wrote
> it would be great if you write something upthis is the sample webapp downloaded from
can i assume it was built with that struts2-portlet-plThe only real difference I can think of is that portlet support is a
plugin in 2.1. Is the struts2-portlet-plugin jar file in the classpath
of the application?
On 11/1/07 Brian Relph <relphiDownloading and installing the struts2 portlet application 2.0.12 works
fine. The differences between 2.0.12 and 2.1.1 are minimal
web.xml has no difference ( i did not uncomment the dispatcher serYou can access the values published by displaytag using "#attr " like
<dt table name "products " id "row " class "dt " >
<dt column >
<s property value "#attr.row.name " / >
</dt column >
</dtI 've used DisplayTag with S1 before with excellent results. I 'm also
using it in S2 in a few cases and it 's working fine.
However now I want to use it to render a form. Each row in the table
wilI downloaded and installed the struts2 portlet application 2.1.1 here are
the logs -
[11/1/07 14 59 22 785 CDT] 00000022 ApplicationMg A WSVR0200I Starting
application struts2-portlet-2_1_1-SNAPSee chapter 8 of the JSP spec here
On 11/1/07 StrutsDeveloper <vsagar_ssit@(protected) > wrote
> How this uri is resHi!
In version 2.1 the portlet support was moved into a plugin. It could
be related to that. Can you find any exceptions or traces of error in
the logs somewhere?
On 11/1/07 Brian Relph <rFixed on 2.1
On 11/1/07 Vinicius Medeiros Peretti <vinicius@(protected) > wrote
> Thanks very much this is the way!
> But I think that
How this uri is resolved in struts2
<%@ taglib prefix "s " uri "/struts-tags " % >
Where jsp compiler finds details about "/struts-tags ". I have not seen any
information about this in web.xml or anyThanks very much this is the way!
But I think that the property of submit button should be posted.
Jeromy Evans wrote
> I 've read somewhere but can 't find the reference that yoI was hoping to get help deploying a struts2 portlet. I have been
developing based on the portlet archetype with the embedded jetty/pluto
portlet container as detailed at http //portletwork.blogspot.|