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Using Icefaces 1. And it does not remove the files there after In icefaces1. For us, any value change listener is activated just to set some value in the Backing bean, it refreshes the page and there goes the CSS and other included files on that page. Did you experience this behaviour? The table has a table header and footer, and each column has it's own header and footer facets. I've attached a screenshot.
The DataTable is well rendered in the icefaces view. Any ideas I've got a table which has URLs in it, and I want the visible link values as an option on download. Also we have a table that has converters, and we want the values that appear on the HTML page, not the underlying model. Basic request, we want the Excel table to look like the web page, not the model. The problem is the second time I try and export the same table but with different data. Issue can be recreated by following this path.
The following happens: A Hello gurus! I'd just like a dataExporter component code snippet to try it. I've downloaded ICEfaces I'm using Netbeans 6. My problem to get the dataExporter working on is just the ResourceBundle working but I always receive the error: javax. ServletException: java. Exception: javax. FacesException: javax. ELException: javax. PropertyNotFoundException: javax. PropertyNotFoundException: Property 'page. The ice:dataExporter component does not work properly with ice:commandLink, and with date field where date converter is used.
The value of the commandLink was suffixed with some random value and for the date field it is showing only time. Below is the jspx code and attached is the output of the export No headers in output as well. Hi I have implemented functionality for my. It's working fine in Exploded Archive development mode But i want it should be work in Packaged Archive production mode.
When i running in Packaged Archive production mode ,it 's gave the following error. BridgeFacesContext e threw exception javax. FacesException at com. If anyone thinks this is useful I can package it up so you can use it as an export.
This will take longer to package and usage is within Java right now since it I got this table with dynamic columns to show up. Now I'm trying to export to excel. It looks like the headers and the dynamic columns don't show up I'm only getting 14 or so columns, and I expect 12 more for a total of 24 columnsCode: package portlet. ArrayList; import java. Iterator; import java. List; import javax.
UIComponent; import javax. UIData; import javax. ListDataModel; import org. GenericValidator; import com. CSVOutputHandler; import com. I have a datatable and a dataexporter. The datatable has a selectOneMenu associated to show data in datatable so the rows change depending on a criteria.
The first time I export the datatable it takes all the values correctly but later in the same session I change the data in datatable using my selectOneMenu and the dataexporter generate the excel The first was if I had an image in my datatable, the default will export the html links and all that.
Very messy. The other was that if a value was null, I have an ice object: dataExporter that works properly on my development environment Windows XP , but when it deploys the application on a Red Hat on ice: dataExporter not launch the window to download file Do not throw any error and the file is generated on the server in a folder export, but not launch the download window to Icefaces 1. Exclude DataTable columns in DataExporter? I'm only getting 14 or so columns, and I expect 12 more for a total of 24 columnsCode:.
Can we override dataexporter class? Is there any way to include footer in dataexporter? Change the name of dataExporter file.
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Subject: Issue when exporting data from an Ice Faces data table using dataExporter. Issue when exporting data from an Ice Faces data table using dataExporter. The problem is the second time I try and export the same table but with different data. Issue can be recreated by following this path.
This component renders an HTML button element. More components and HTML elements can be nested inside this tag to give a different look and feel to the button. When the button is clicked, a file is generated with the requested data, and a new JSF Resource is created to serve that file. The URL to that Resource is then sent to the client, which automatically loads the file on the same page, without navigating away from it and without disturbing its state. The data exporter has three required attributes: target , the id of the table to export; type the file format, and fileName the name of the file not including its extension. The following is an example of the basic usage.