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As mentioned, there are three ways that the null-value element can be used The first way, shown here, defines a null entry for a list:
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<faces-config> <managed-bean> <managed-bean-name> testManagedBean </managed-bean-name> <managed-bean-class> comexamplejsfTestManagedBean </managed-bean-class> <managed-bean-scope> session </managed-bean-scope> <managed-property> <property-name>testProperty</property-name> <list-entries> <value>testValue1</value> <null-value/> <value>testValue3</value> <list-entries>
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</managed-property> </managed-bean> </faces-config>
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The following is the second way to use the null-value element for instantiating a managed property to null:
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<faces-config> <managed-bean> <managed-bean-name> testManagedBean </managed-bean-name> <managed-bean-class> comexamplejsfTestManagedBean </managed-bean-class> <managed-bean-scope> session </managed-bean-scope> <managed-property> <property-name>testProperty</property-name> <null-value/> </managed-property> </managed-bean> </faces-config>
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The third and final way to use the null-value element is shown here:
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<faces-config> <managed-bean> <managed-bean-name> testManagedBean </managed-bean-name> <managed-bean-class> comexamplejsfTestManagedBean </managed-bean-class> <managed-bean-scope> session </managed-bean-scope> <managed-property> <property-name>testProperty</property-name> <map-entries> <map-entry> <key>testKey1</key> <value>testValue1</value> </map-entry> <map-entry> <key>testKey2</key> <null-value/> </map-entry> <map-entries> </managed-property> </managed-bean> </faces-config>
This example shows how to initialize a map entry to null
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JavaSer ver Faces Tools and Libraries
The ordering Element
The ordering element encapsulates the set of elements that specify the relative order by which named JSF XML configuration files are to be loaded This element may used in any /METAINF/faces-configxml file found in a jar, or in any file listed in the javaxfacesCONFIG_FILES key in webxml However, it may not be used in the application s /WEB-INF/faces-config xml file This element has no other use than to denote the beginning and end of relative ordering details
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Value 20 faces-config after (20), before (20) Note: The parenthetical numbers represent the JSF versions that the corresponding child element applies to if the child element does not apply to all JSF versions Annotation(s) Uniqueness Constraints None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the ordering element:
<faces-config> <ordering> <after> <name>B</name> </after> <before> <others /> </before> </ordering> </faces-config>
The others Element
The others element specifies that all other JSF XML configuration files are to be loaded as part of the absolute-ordering or relative ordering scheme There are two ways in which the others element can be used: The others element can be nested inside an absolute-ordering element, which will specify that all other JSF XML configuration files are to be loaded as part of the absolute ordering scheme
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The others element can be nested inside an after or before element, which will specify that all other JSF XML configuration files are to be loaded as part of the relative ordering scheme
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Annotation(s) Uniqueness Constraints Value 20 absolute-ordering, after, before None None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the first way in which the others element can be nested:
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<faces-config> <absolute-ordering> <name>A</name> <name>B</name> <name>C</name> <others /> </absolute-ordering> </faces-config>
The following example illustrates the second way in which the others element can be nested:
<faces-config> <ordering> <after> <name>B</name> </after> <before> <others /> </before> </ordering> </faces-config>
The partial-view-context-factory Element
The partial-view-context-factory element is used to specify the fully qualified class name of a javaxfacescontextPartialViewContextFactory implementation class that will replace or decorate the JSF implementation s default partial view context factory implementation The partial view context factory is used to retrieve and store a javaxfacescontext PartialViewContext instance for the current Web application See 12 for more details
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Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Annotation(s) Uniqueness Constraints Value 20 factory None None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the partial-view-context-factory element:
<faces-config> <factory> <partial-view-context-factory> comexamplejsfTestPartialViewContextFactory </partial-view-context-factory> </factory> </faces-config>
The phase-listener Element
The phase-listener element is used to specify the fully qualified class name of a javaxfaces eventPhaseListener implementation class that will be notified of all phase changes during the JSF request processing lifecycle
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Annotation(s) Uniqueness Constraints Value 10, 11, 12, 20 lifecycle None None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the phase-listener element:
<faces-config> <lifecycle> <phase-listener> comexamplejsfTestPhaseListener </phase-listener> </lifecycle> </faces-config>
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The property Element
The property element is used to encapsulate the set of elements specifying the details for a property This element has no other use than to denote the beginning and end of a property s configuration details There are three ways that the property element can be used, as listed here and shown later, in the section Example Usage A property can be defined for a UI component by nesting property elements inside the component element A property can be defined for a converter by nesting property elements inside the converter element A property can be defined for a validator by nesting property elements inside the validator element
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