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Inheriting component attributes in a composite component which extends an existing JSF component
by sinisterDei in Programming Languages

I wish to extend the following element:


<h:commandButton action="#{menuController.xyz}" value="xyz"
image="images/buttons/xyz.png" alt="xyz".....[more attributes]..../>

to include code to produce a depressed button:


<h:commandButton action="#{menuController.xyz}" value="xyz"
image="images/buttons/xyz.png" alt="xyz

How to call a function in a child component in: a) another child component b) parent component and vice versa?
by Octopuss in Programming Languages

Here is my first question on this awesome website.


I have a parent component, say P, which has function, say Pfunc. I also have two child components, say C1 and C2, and their respective function, say C1func and C2func.


How to call any function from any component?


Enabling inline editing with SiteEdit/TridionUI 2012 on a component that has Component Links
by Phil Austin in Web Design

In Tridion 2011 ( with UI 2012) I have a component with a field that is a list of Component Links. I'd like to enable inline editing on one of the fields that is being brought in via the Component Link. Is this possible?


I was able to enable inline editing for other non-Component Link fields, but the CL's seem to be an issue. I first tried the tcdl syntax, but that did not genera


Error in previewing the Component after adding Enable Inline Editing to Component Template
by Ivan Maček in Web Design

I am enabling SiteEdit 2009 for the Component in Dreamweaver TBB in SDL Tridion 2011 SP1.


Content XML:


<Content>
<AAA>
<BBB>
<CCC>Title 1</CCC>
<DDD>Name 1</DDD>
</BBB>
<BBB>
<CCC>Title 2</CCC>

Is it double work creating a data access component and business component?
by Techhog in Coding

I am designing my first Layered Application which consists of a Data, Business, and a Presentation layer.


My business components (e.g, Business.Components.UserComponent) currently has the following method:


public void Create(User entity)
{
using (DataContext ctx = new DataContext())
{
ctx.Users.AddObject(entity);
ctx.Sa

JBoss Seam: component installed in JNDI, access of component says Not Bound
by licensing in Programming Languages

My SFSB Seam component is bound to JNDI on deployment, as evidenced by this log message:


Component: example, scope: CONVERSATION, type: STATEFUL_SESSION_BEAN,
class:com.purecharger.action.ExampleAction, JNDI: purecharger/ExampleAction/local

My interface:


@Local
public interface Example {
public List<String> getExamp

ActiveX component cannot be created for COM component in release mode (VS2010 specific)
by Taylon Silmer in Programming Languages

I have an ATL COM component(.exe) (VC++ ) in VS2008. Through VB6 client, i use CreateObject and get the object.


But once the component is updated to VS2010 SP1, the VB6 client no longer is able to create the COM object.


If I compile the VS2010 COM component in debug mode and get the .exe, VB6 client is working fine.
In release mode, .exe is generated without any e


Java: Handling event on component inside a separate JPanel component
by kiirpi in Programming Languages

So I have a JFrame which I've added a custom JPanel component.


The JPanel component has a button that I want to attach a listener to in my JFrame.


What is the best way to do this?


ASPxDateEdit: How can I show only the date component of a DateTime (ie, hide the time component)?
by Derek in Programming Languages

I am using an ASPxDateEdit control for editing of a date field. The time component of this particular field will never be relevant, so I'd like to hide it so that only the date component is visible. I've tried the following:


<dx:ASPxDateEdit ID="dpExpirationDate" EditFormat="Date" runat="server" />


<dx:ASPxDateEdit ID="dpExpirationDate" Edit


Compiling .NET component that uses a non specific required version of a 3rd Party Vendor component
by Enar in Programming Languages

If someone were to develop a .NET component that relied on non specific versions of a vendor DLL - let's say it worked with My3rdPartyComponent.dll which is a .NET assembly, but it didn't matter which version.


Some instances of classes found in this component would need to be passed into my component. Developers would reference my component dll but not have access to the source cod


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