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required (20) shortDescription (20)
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<cc:interface> <cc:facet name="header" required="true" /> </cc:interface>
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The cc:implementation Tag (20)
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The cc:implementation tag is used by a composite component author in order to encapsulate the inner workings of the composite component that implements the contract defined by the cc:interface section It is perfectly feasible to use other composite components within the cc:implementation section, with the important exception that a composite component may not nest itself within its cc:implementation section
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The Standard JSF Component Library
Attributes
Attribute Type Description Required The cc:implementation tag has no attributes
Example Usage
<cc:implementation> </cc:implementation>
The cc:insertChildren Tag (20)
The cc:insertChildren tag can be used by a composite component author in order to have component tags (nested as children of the composite component tag by the page author in the using page) inserted at a specific point in the composite:cc:implementation section
Attributes
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Attribute
Type
Description
Required
The cc:insertChildren tag has no attributes
Example Usage
<cc:implementation> <cc:insertChildren /> </cc:implementation>
The cc:insertFacet Tag (20)
The cc:insertFacet tag can be used to insert a named facet at a specific location inside the cc:implementation section The facet must be supplied to the top-level component by the composite component tag
Attributes
Attribute name (20) required (20) Type String boolean Description The name of the facet The boolean flag that indicates whether or not the using page must supply an f:facet tag with the associated name The default value is false Note that this attribute potentially redundant with the required attribute of the cc:facet tag The best practice would be to supply the same value for both required attributes Required Yes No
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Example Usage
<cc:implementation> <cc:insertFacet name="footer" /> </cc:implementation>
The cc:interface Tag (20)
The cc:interface tag is used by a composite component author in order to encapsulate the contract that is implemented by the cc:interface section and is to be adhered to by the composite component tag in the using page
Attributes
Attribute componentType (20) Type String Description Specifies the component type for the composite component that associates it with a composite component top-level component The default value is javaxfacesNamingContainer The following example shows how to create a Java class that has a component type value of com examplejsfCommand that could be used to connect the composite component to a different composite component top-level component package comexamplejsfcomponent; import javaxfacescomponent FacesComponent; import javaxfacescomponent UICommand; @FacesComponent("comexamplejsf Command") public class MyComponent extends UICommand { } Note that whatever actual UIComponent instance ends up being the top-level component, this instance must return javaxfaces NamingContainer from its getFamily( ) method displayName (20) String Related to the displayName property of the javaxbeansFeatureDescriptor class, this indicates the localized display name of the composite component No Required No
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Attribute expert (20)
Type boolean
Description Related to the expert property of the javaxbeans FeatureDescriptor class, this boolean flag indicates whether or not the composite component is intended for an expert user or a typical user The default value is false (typical user) Related to the name property of the javaxbeans FeatureDescriptor class, this indicates the name of the composite component The value specified by this attribute is advisory information for the JSF implementation Instead, the name is determined from the filename of the composite component Related to the preferred property of the javax beansFeatureDescriptor class, this boolean flag indicates whether or not the composite component has a high degree of importance to humans The default value is false Related to the shortDescription property of the javaxbeansFeatureDescriptor class, this indicates the short description of the composite component
Required No
name (20)
String
preferred (20)
boolean
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shortDescription (20)
String
Example Usage
<cc:interface> </cc:interface>
The cc:renderFacet Tag (20)
The cc:renderFacet tag can be used to insert a named facet at a specific location inside the cc:implementation section The facet must be supplied to the top-level component by the composite component tag
Attributes
Attribute name (20) required (20) Type String boolean Description The name of the facet It corresponds to the name specified in the cc:facet tag in the cc:interface section The boolean flag that indicates whether or not the using page must supply an f:facet tag with the associated name The default value is false Note that this attribute is potentially redundant with the required attribute of the cc:facet tag The best practice would be to supply the same value for both required attributes Required Yes No
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