On what should I pay attention when I want to create a cancel or a park button in my Html Dialog?

asked 08.09.2017 at 01:43

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If you want to create a cancel button or a park button in your Html Dialog, you can create commandButton in your view.

<p:commandButton actionListener="#{logic.park}" value="Park" update="form" />

This button calls an event in which you can implement an Ivy script step where you can park now the current task.


Now comes the tricky part. Instead of continuing the process normally, you send a redirection to the browser:

String redirectScript = "window.location.href='"+ivy.html.taskListRef()+"';";

The event logic.parkTask should not lead to an User Dialog Exit End which would close the dialog and go on with the process. It should lead to a User Dialog Process End.

You can do the same for the cancel button, but you would call ivy.task.reset() instead of parking the task.


answered 08.09.2017 at 01:58

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edited 08.09.2017 at 01:59

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