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comment What jsf component can render a div tag?
The answer is only half of the truth. See here docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/javaserverfaces/1.2/docs/tlddocs/h/… or here docs.oracle.com/javaee/6/javaserverfaces/2.1/docs/vdldocs/…. The important piece of info is that you also need one style or styleClass attribute for a div to happen... which makes the story absolutely strange IMHO: a plain <h:panelGroup layout="block"> will render a <span>? It doesn't make sense to me.
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comment What is a good way to order methods in a python class?
So if the order basically goes from very private "magic" methods to private to normal methods, does that mean @classmethods come next (@classmethod def a_class_method(cls)) then @staticmethods (@staticmethod def a_static_method())? At least that's the policy as I understand it... (without my IDE folding anything because I don't like that)
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comment Validate multiple readonly components
Thanks, I tried a few things using your solution. The problem is when we submit the panel with the readonly inputs <o:validateMultiple> kicks in, but the command button's action is called, resulting in calling the create or update routine, which will fail, because something isn't set. Is there a way to make <o:validateMultiple> not call the action? Note this doesn't happen whenever an empty non-readonly, required <p:inputText> is on the form.
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accepted Eclipse generating equals method: if ( obj == null ) vs. if ( null == obj )
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comment Eclipse generating equals method: if ( obj == null ) vs. if ( null == obj )
Yes, but do you generate equals methods for the Boolean class?
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comment Eclipse generating equals method: if ( obj == null ) vs. if ( null == obj )
The argument to type if ( obj = null ) is no danger because a Java compiler (Eclipse) will catch it, see my comment above yours.
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