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Oracle ADF Faces Cookbook by Amr Gawish

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Chapter 7. Handling Events and Partial Page Rendering

In this chapter, we will cover the following topics:

  • Using partial triggers
  • Using ADF Faces server events
  • Using ADF Faces client events
  • Sending custom events from a client to a server
  • Executing JavaScript within an event response
  • Using the scrollComponentIntoViewBehavior tag
  • Using the target tag to execute Partial Page Rendering (PPR)
  • Using partial page navigation
  • Adding drag-and-drop capabilities
  • Using polling events to update pages
  • Using ADF Faces Active Data Service (ADS)
  • Using WebSockets for building a more interactive application

Introduction

Typical JSF applications handle events on the server. JSF event handling is based on the JavaBeans event model, where event classes and event listener interfaces ...

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