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Required fields within a p:tabView


Required fields within a p:tabView

By : Liliana Garcia Arist
Date : November 22 2020, 01:01 AM
this will help It's caused by the combination of and .
When (re)rendered, a dynamic tabview only contains the currently active tab, not others. Only when you change the tab, then it will be loaded into the HTML DOM tree asynchronously. Now, you're on submit updating the entire form, including the dynamic tabview, so it re-renders with only the currently active tab reloaded. In your particular case, the first tab doesn't exist in the HTML DOM tree at all and therefore nothing can be sent to the server side.
code :


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Newbie: how do I refresh TabView cells / trigger viewWillAppear in TabView?

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By : Alaa Joe Mourany
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I eventually figured (with some external help) that the structure of my controller setup was somewhat messed up.
After throwing out one "layer", viewWillAppear worked as expected.
Fields are cleared when update p:tabView

Fields are cleared when update p:tabView


By : Lucas Sayenko
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps Solved. The problem was validation of required fields, so I've created a REQUIRED parameter and set it to false when user clicks checkbox:
code :
<h:selectBooleanCheckbox id="produtoCompostoCheck"
                     value="#{produto.composto}" styleClass="popup-produto-geral-check">
        <f:param name="REQUIRED" value="false"/>
        <f:ajax event="change" immediate="true" render="abasCadastroProduto" execute="@form" />
</h:selectBooleanCheckbox>
<h:selectOneMenu value="#{produto.idClasse}" immediate="true"
                     required="#{param['REQUIRED']}" validatorMessage="#{cadastroMsg['popup.cadastro.produto.base.classe.invalido']}"
                     requiredMessage="#{cadastroMsg['popup.cadastro.produto.base.classe.obrigatorio']}">
        <f:selectItems value="#{selectItemClasse.itens}"/>
        <f:ajax event="change" immediate="true" render="selectSubclasse"/>
</h:selectOneMenu>
Is there a way to switch tabview to the element being validated using required attribute HTML5

Is there a way to switch tabview to the element being validated using required attribute HTML5


By : Abdelrazzaq
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you This is the solution for this problem, jsfiddle
You can compare it to the original issue here.
code :
    <div id="tab3"><p>Tab Three Content</p>
        <button onclick="ToolData.tabs.selectTab(0);"> submit </button>
    </div> 
How child of tabview can access elements of view which holds tabview?

How child of tabview can access elements of view which holds tabview?


By : Macwizard3
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue You can't - period. Not even via hacking around with ViewParents and window hierarchies. Sorry. This is due to how TabActivity works: Each of its tabs is actually its own self-contained Activity, that gets kind of "transplanted" into the TabActivity via some magic on the Android Framework's side. Separate activities have absolutely no way (via Android APIs) of getting view information about each other.
What'd make your task a lot simpler, is to switch to Fragments. Your use case is one of the most common examples: check out http://android.codeandmagic.org/android-tabs-with-fragments/
How to validate in each step the required fields? (that is, the next button should only work if required fields are vali

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By : Pedro Vincente
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . One way to do it is to use the div IDs that you have ("#step1", "#step2", etc) and have the button be disabled unless the following function returns true:
code :
function validateForm(divId)
    {
        var inputs, index;
        var form=document.getElementById(formId);
        inputs = form.getElementsByTagName('input');
        for (index = 0; index < inputs.length; ++index) {
            // deal with inputs[index] element.
            if (inputs[index].value==null || inputs[index].value=="")
            {
                alert("Field is empty");
                $(buttonID).prop('disabled', true);
                return
            }
        }
        $(buttonID).prop('disabled', false);
    }
function validateFormListener(divID, formObject) {
    formObject.addEventListener("input", function(evt) {
      validateForm(divID, buttonID)
    })
}
<input type="text" required class="form-control" onfocus="validateFormListener('#step1', buttonID, this)" name="conference_name" id="conference_name">
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