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Following is the DTD definition for the attribute element:
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<!ELEMENT attribute ((descriptionGroup | (description*, display-name*, icon*)), attribute-name, attribute-class, default-value , suggested-value , attribute-extension*)>
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Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Value 10, 11, 12 component, converter, renderer, validator attribute-class, attribute-extension, attribute-name, default-value, description (10, 11), descriptionGroup (12), display-name (10, 11), icon (10, 11), suggested-value 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 Uniqueness Constraints None
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As mentioned, there are four ways that the attribute element can be used The first way, shown here, defines an attribute for a UI component:
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<faces-config> <component> <component-type> comexamplejsfTestComponent </component-type> <component-class> comexamplejsfUITestComponent </component-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class> </attribute> </component> </faces-config>
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The following is the second way to use the attribute element:
<faces-config> <converter> <component-for-class> javalangLong </component-for-class> <component-class> comexamplejsfLongConverter </component-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class> </attribute> </converter> </faces-config>
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The third way to use the attribute element is shown here:
<faces-config> <render-kit> <renderer> <component-family> javaxfacesData </component-family> <renderer-type> javaxfacesTable </renderer-type> <renderer-class> comsunfacesrenderkithtml_basicTableRenderer </renderer-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class> </attribute> </renderer> </render-kit> </faces-config>
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JavaSer ver Faces Tools and Libraries
The fourth and final way to use the attribute element is shown here:
<faces-config> <validator> <validator-id> javaxfacesLength </validator-id> <validator-class> javaxfacesvalidatorLengthValidator </validator-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class> </attribute> </validator> </faces-config>
The attribute-class Element
The attribute-class element is used to specify the fully qualified class name for an attribute s value for example, javalangString for string values and javalangInteger for an integer value
DTD Definition
Following is the DTD definition for the attribute-class element:
<!ELEMENT attribute-class (#PCDATA)>
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Uniqueness Constraints Value 10, 11, 12 attribute None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the attribute-class element:
<faces-config> <validator> <validator-id> javaxfacesLength </validator-id> <validator-class> javaxfacesvalidatorLengthValidator </validator-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class>
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</attribute> </validator> </faces-config>
The attribute-name Element
The attribute-name element is used to specify the logical name for an attribute under which the attribute s value will be stored
DTD Definition
Following is the DTD definition for the attribute-name element:
<!ELEMENT attribute-name (#PCDATA)>
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Uniqueness Constraints Value 10, 11, 12 attribute None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the attribute-name element:
<faces-config> <validator> <validator-id> javaxfacesLength </validator-id> <validator-class> javaxfacesvalidatorLengthValidator </validator-class> <attribute> <attribute-name>testAttribute</attribute-name> <attribute-class>javalangString</attribute-class> </attribute> </validator> </faces-config>
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The base-name Element
The base-name element is used to specify the fully qualified class name of a javaxutil ResourceBundle instance that will be registered with the JSF application with a logical name specified by an associated var element
E XPERT GROUP I NSIGHT This element was added in JSF 12 to provide application-scoped
localization exposed via the EL Prior to this feature it was only possible to define ResourceBundles on a per-view basis using the f:setBundle element
Part IV:
JavaSer ver Faces Tools and Libraries
DTD Definition
Following is the DTD definition for the base-name element:
<!ELEMENT base-name (#PCDATA)>
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Child Elements Uniqueness Constraints Value 12 resource-bundle None None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the base-name element:
<faces-config> <application> <resource-bundle> <base-name> comexamplejsfTestResources </base-name> <var>testResources</var> </resource-bundle> </application> </faces-config>
The component Element
The component element is used to encapsulate the set of elements specifying the details for a UI component This element has no other use than to denote the beginning and end of the UI component details
DTD Definition
Following is the DTD definition for the component element:
<!ELEMENT component ((descriptionGroup | (description*, display-name*, icon*)), component-type, component-class, facet*, attribute*, property*, component-extension*)>
Usage Rules
Rule JSF Versions Parent Elements Value 10, 11, 12 faces-config
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Rule Child Elements
Value attribute, component-class, component-extension, component-type, description (10, 11), descriptionGroup (12), display-name (10, 11), facet, icon (10, 11), property 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
Uniqueness Constraints
None
Example Usage
The following example illustrates the usage of the component element:
<faces-config> <component> <component-type> javaxfacesInput </component-type> <component-class> javaxfacescomponentUIInput </component-class> </component> </faces-config>
The component-class Element
The component-class element is used to specify the fully qualified class name for a UI component implementation The implementation must extend from the javaxfaces componentUIComponent abstract base class
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