How can I call a method of a JSF-component dialog from the surrounding parent dialog?

asked 16.02.2015 at 11:31

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Yes, thats possible:

in the child component you have to declare a p:remoteCommand that executes the child component logic. The name of this remoteCommand should be defined by a component interface attribute:

< cc:interface componentType="IvyComponent">
  < cc:attribute name="callbackName" />
< /cc:interface>
< cc:implementation>
  < p:remoteCommand name="#{cc.attrs.callbackName}" actionListener="#{logic.execMyComponentLogic}"/>
< /cc:implementation>

The parent dialog can then embedd the component-dialog and define the name of the child callback method. And bind it to an oncomplete action of a commandButton:

< ic:jsf.call.child.logic.ChildDialog callbackName="callChild" />
< p:commandButton value="call child logic" oncomplete="callChild();"/>
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answered 16.02.2015 at 11:37

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edited 16.02.2015 at 11:47

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