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The following example shows how to specify the portlet-compatible version of the ICEfaces XP theme:
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< xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > <f:view xmlns="http://wwww3org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:f="http://javasuncom/jsf/core" xmlns:ice="http://wwwicesoftcom/icefaces/component" xmlns:xsi="http://wwww3org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://wwww3org/1999/xhtml http://wwww3org/2002/08/xhtml/xhtml1-transitionalxsd"> <ice:portlet> <ice:outputStyle href="/xmlhttp/css/xp/xp-portletcss" /> <ice:form> </ice:form> </ice:portlet> </f:view>
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The Portlet 10 and 20 standards document a set of common CSS class names that should be applied to specific page elements in order to integrate with the portlet container s theme mechanism When running in a portlet container, ICEfaces components will automatically render the following subset of Portlet 10 CSS class names where appropriate: portlet-form-button portlet-form-field portlet-form-input-field portlet-form-label portlet-menu portlet-menu-cascade-item portlet-menu-item portlet-menu-item-hover portlet-section-alternate portlet-section-body portlet-section-footer portlet-section-header portlet-msg-alert portlet-msg-error portlet-msg-info To disable this feature, developers can specify the comicesoftfacesportletrenderStyles context parameter in the WEB-INF/webxml configuration file and set its value to false
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The following example shows how to disable automatic rendering of Portlet 10 / 20 standard CSS class names in the WEB-INF/webxml configuration file:
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<context-param> <param-name> comicesoftfacesportletrenderStyles </param-name> <param-value>false</param-value> </context-param>
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ICEfaces Themes and Liferay Themes
Liferay Portal supports styling for Portlet 10 and 20 standard CSS class names as well as a set of vendor-specific CSS class names within the context of a Liferay theme However, since Liferay themes do not contain styling for the ICEfaces Component Suite, it is necessary to select an ICEfaces style sheet that is visually compatible with the Liferay theme On some occasions, it becomes necessary to override some of the styling in a Liferay theme in order to make it more visually compatible with an ICEfaces portlet For example, Liferay themes typically render spans of class portlet-msg-error with a margin that has too much space to be placed alongside a rendered ice:inputText component tag
Appendix:
JSF Portlets
Example Usage
The following example shows how to override styling in a Liferay theme from within a Facelet view so that rendered output from ice:messages and ice:message have a more narrow margin:
<!-This is a file named my-portlet-viewxhtml --> < xml version="10" encoding="UTF-8" > <f:view xmlns="http://wwww3org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:f="http://javasuncom/jsf/core" xmlns:ice="http://wwwicesoftcom/icefaces/component" xmlns:xsi="http://wwww3org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:schemaLocation="http://wwww3org/1999/xhtml http://wwww3org/2002/08/xhtml/xhtml1-transitionalxsd"> <ice:portlet> <ice:outputStyle href="/xmlhttp/css/xp/xp-portletcss" /> <ice:outputStyle href="liferay-theme-overridecss" /> <ice:form styleClass="my-portlet-view"> <ice:messages globalOnly="true" /> </ice:form> </ice:portlet> </f:view> /* This is a separate file named liferay-theme-overridecss */ my-portlet-view portlet-msg-error { margin: 1px 0px 0px 0px; padding: 1px 5px 1px 24px; }
PART III
ICEfaces Ajax Bridge and Liferay Portal
Liferay Portal uses JavaScript to enhance both the developer and end-user experience Portlet users can drag and drop portlets on the page without requiring a full page refresh For the developer, Liferay makes it easy to hot-deploy and load portlets dynamically, which can be a big advantage in speeding up the development cycle However, deploying ICEfaces portlets in this manner can be problematic because the JavaScript that ICEfaces relies on may not get executed properly When an ICEfaces portlet is added to a portal page at runtime by the end user, the ICEfaces Ajax Bridge s windowonload( ) logic will not be executed unless there is a full-page refresh As a workaround, Liferay Portal provides configuration parameters that allow the developer to specify that a full-page refresh is required Doing this ensures that the ICEfaces bridge is properly initiated The required parameters, render-weight and ajaxable, are specified in the WEB-INF/liferay-portletxml configuration file
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Example Usage
The following example shows how to specify that a full-page refresh should take place after the ICEfaces portlet is first added to the portal page:
<liferay-portlet-app> <portlet> <portlet-name>my_portlet</portlet-name> <instanceable>false</instanceable> <render-weight>1</render-weight> <ajaxable>false</ajaxable> </portlet> </liferay-portlet-app>
ICEfaces Portlets and Liferay Request Attributes
In order to ensure compatibility with the Portlet 20 Technology Compatibility Kit (TCK), Liferay s implementation of the javaxportletPortletRequestgetAttributeNames( ) method does not return a complete list of attribute names that are truly present in the PortletRequest object Although certain attribute names are hidden, if they are known by the portlet developer, their respective values can be retrieved by calling Liferay s implementation of the javaxportletPortletRequestgetAttribute(String name) method In order for the ICEfaces 1x portlet bridge to maintain compatibility with the ICEfaces Extended Request scope, it needs to make a copy of all of the request attributes In order to ensure that ICEfaces copies the necessary hidden attributes, developers must specify the comicesoftfacesportlethiddenAttributes context parameter in the WEB-INF/webxml configuration file
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