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Implementing AJAX Components in the JWL Framework

  • By Aleksey Shevchenko
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  1. Create a new Java class ThreeStringsConcatenatorBean.java with three variables: text1, text2, text3.

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    Figure 11: Create New Java Class—ThreeStringsConcatenatorBean.java

  3. In ThreeStringsConcatenatorBean.java, generate getter and setter methods for the variables. Add a new getConcatenateThreeFields() method that will concatenate text1, text2, and text3 and return the result.
  4. Listing 6: Implementation Of getConcatenateThreeFields() Method

    public String getConcatenateThreeFields() {
       return text1 + text2 + text3;
  5. Select ajaxRefreshSubmitExample.jsp. Under the Page Data view, select Faces Managed Beans → New → Faces Managed Bean.
  6. Figure 12: Create a New Faces Managed Bean

  7. Register the ThreeStringsConcatenatorBean JavaBean in faces-config.xml.

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    Figure 13: Register a New Faces Managed Bean

  9. Map fields in the JavaBean with fields in the JSP page by dragging fields from the bean onto the page.

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    Figure 14: Map Bean Fields to Input Field on the Page

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This article was originally published on April 17, 2008

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