Hi, what's the difference between method start and event start in userdialogue, and when we should use one of them instead of the other in perspective of performance ?

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asked 22.11.2016 at 16:07

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In most cases you only use StartEvents to handle UI events. A start event intends do execute simple dialog logic and may returns Ajax content to update the site. StartEvents are the preferred way to implement dialog logic and are simpler to maintain (no interface definition required).

But there are some JSF components where you only have an interface to use a StartMethod. Like the p:ajax widget. See the demonstration the HtmlDialogDemos project that comes with the Designer (under applications/samples). alt text

For more information see the various JSF documentations in the net. A StartEvent can be registered as actionListener while a StartMethod is a normal action. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3909267/differences-between-action-and-actionlistener


answered 23.11.2016 at 10:49

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