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Tag Libraries ICONs [message #472725] Wed, 26 July 2006 15:59 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: bill.blencowe.trivininc.com

I'm trying to migrate the Sun Rave (Studio Creator) tag libs into eclipse
3.2.

I've moved the webui.jar into the class path and can see the taglib and
tags in the Eclipse tag lib view, but how do you get the ICONs????

Secondly, when I place a tag on the page all i get is the <tag></tag>
(example) and not prompted for the tag attributes. The tld file 'looks'
complete and i'm guessing thats where the interviening panel gets it info
to display in the form requesting tag attributes.

Thanks in advance, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #472727 is a reply to message #472725] Wed, 26 July 2006 19:05 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Bill,

Adding it by right-clicking on the project and then open Properties->JSF
Library References. Then click the New.. button under the arrow buttons
(not the one in the "Implementation Library" box) and add the jar there.

I have just tried this myself with the webui.jar but it's giving me
problems. I'll look it a little further and report back soon on what I
find. Try the above and see if it works any better for you.


--Cam


bill blencowe wrote:

> I'm trying to migrate the Sun Rave (Studio Creator) tag libs into eclipse
> 3.2.

> I've moved the webui.jar into the class path and can see the taglib and
> tags in the Eclipse tag lib view, but how do you get the ICONs????

> Secondly, when I place a tag on the page all i get is the <tag></tag>
> (example) and not prompted for the tag attributes. The tld file 'looks'
> complete and i'm guessing thats where the interviening panel gets it info
> to display in the form requesting tag attributes.

> Thanks in advance, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #472730 is a reply to message #472727] Thu, 27 July 2006 09:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
bill is currently offline bill
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Cam,

Thanks for helping! I don't see that selection under my properties.
Is that selection part of a specific tools plugin? I'm currently using a
full featured trial version of BEA Workbench JSF under eclipse 3.2.

In the project properties I have JavaDoc Location followed by JSP
Fragment, no JSF in between?

The webui.jar is on the classpath in the web modules lib folder. So I
see it as a selection in the Tag Librarys view, but no Icons and when drag
and drop a control from the 'ui' (webui.jar) library, I don't get prompted
for attributes and all I get for source is for example
<ui:legend></ui:legend>.

Thanks, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #472731 is a reply to message #472730] Thu, 27 July 2006 14:45 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Bill,

I don't think BEA is using the Eclipse JSF framework for it's JSF support.
I think most of their JSF support is derived from the M7 NitroX
technology they acquired and I don't know much about how that works. A
specific BEA newsgroup may get you the answers you need.

If you want to try our framework then you'll need to download WTP 1.5 and
the JSF framework distributions from the WTP downloads page (or via the
update manager).


--Cam

bill wrote:

> Hi Cam,

> Thanks for helping! I don't see that selection under my properties.
> Is that selection part of a specific tools plugin? I'm currently using a
> full featured trial version of BEA Workbench JSF under eclipse 3.2.

> In the project properties I have JavaDoc Location followed by JSP
> Fragment, no JSF in between?

> The webui.jar is on the classpath in the web modules lib folder. So I
> see it as a selection in the Tag Librarys view, but no Icons and when drag
> and drop a control from the 'ui' (webui.jar) library, I don't get prompted
> for attributes and all I get for source is for example
> <ui:legend></ui:legend>.

> Thanks, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #604631 is a reply to message #472725] Wed, 26 July 2006 19:05 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Bill,

Adding it by right-clicking on the project and then open Properties->JSF
Library References. Then click the New.. button under the arrow buttons
(not the one in the "Implementation Library" box) and add the jar there.

I have just tried this myself with the webui.jar but it's giving me
problems. I'll look it a little further and report back soon on what I
find. Try the above and see if it works any better for you.


--Cam


bill blencowe wrote:

> I'm trying to migrate the Sun Rave (Studio Creator) tag libs into eclipse
> 3.2.

> I've moved the webui.jar into the class path and can see the taglib and
> tags in the Eclipse tag lib view, but how do you get the ICONs????

> Secondly, when I place a tag on the page all i get is the <tag></tag>
> (example) and not prompted for the tag attributes. The tld file 'looks'
> complete and i'm guessing thats where the interviening panel gets it info
> to display in the form requesting tag attributes.

> Thanks in advance, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #604638 is a reply to message #472727] Thu, 27 July 2006 09:17 Go to previous message
bill is currently offline bill
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Cam,

Thanks for helping! I don't see that selection under my properties.
Is that selection part of a specific tools plugin? I'm currently using a
full featured trial version of BEA Workbench JSF under eclipse 3.2.

In the project properties I have JavaDoc Location followed by JSP
Fragment, no JSF in between?

The webui.jar is on the classpath in the web modules lib folder. So I
see it as a selection in the Tag Librarys view, but no Icons and when drag
and drop a control from the 'ui' (webui.jar) library, I don't get prompted
for attributes and all I get for source is for example
<ui:legend></ui:legend>.

Thanks, bill
Re: Tag Libraries ICONs [message #604642 is a reply to message #472730] Thu, 27 July 2006 14:45 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Bill,

I don't think BEA is using the Eclipse JSF framework for it's JSF support.
I think most of their JSF support is derived from the M7 NitroX
technology they acquired and I don't know much about how that works. A
specific BEA newsgroup may get you the answers you need.

If you want to try our framework then you'll need to download WTP 1.5 and
the JSF framework distributions from the WTP downloads page (or via the
update manager).


--Cam

bill wrote:

> Hi Cam,

> Thanks for helping! I don't see that selection under my properties.
> Is that selection part of a specific tools plugin? I'm currently using a
> full featured trial version of BEA Workbench JSF under eclipse 3.2.

> In the project properties I have JavaDoc Location followed by JSP
> Fragment, no JSF in between?

> The webui.jar is on the classpath in the web modules lib folder. So I
> see it as a selection in the Tag Librarys view, but no Icons and when drag
> and drop a control from the 'ui' (webui.jar) library, I don't get prompted
> for attributes and all I get for source is for example
> <ui:legend></ui:legend>.

> Thanks, bill
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