Internationalizing and Localizing Web Applications Part III Web Services 18. You can also create application-specific subdirectories (that is, package directories) in either the document root or the directory. Introduction to Java EE Supporting Technologies 44. The document root contains a subdirectory named file if it uses Java Server Faces technology, if it must specify certain kinds of security information, or if you want to override information specified by web component annotations.The same AMImpl method will be invoked from the bean method (refer to: how to invoke AMImpl method in bean) the selected rows will be deleted and the transaction is committed in the AMImpl's method. In a nut shell, the bean method will store selected row indexes in a list and the AMImpl method takes that list and does the operations (update or delete) on the rows at those selected indexes. Select two records 'SCOTT' and 'JAMES' and click 'Delete'.In Spring MVC application, comes with few “Locale Resolver” to support the internationalization or multiple languages features. It resolves the locales by getting the predefined attribute from user’s session. Locale Change Interceptor Register a “Locale Change Interceptor” interceptor and reference it to any handler mapping that need to supports the multiple languages.
Dynamic reloading is not recommended for a production environment, however, because it may degrade performance.
In this post, I'll explain how easily we can select multiple rows from af:table and process them for whatever need you have. Drag and drop the VO as af:table into the jsff page and from the source remove the properties 'selected Row Keys' and 'selection Listener'. And, write an action Listener method for the 'Delete' button to invoke after selecting multiple rows.
For example, let's take Employee search screen and from the search results table, let's select multiple employee records and click on 'Delete' button to delete the selected employee records. After doing this, the table code would look like this: 5.
JAX-RS: Advanced Topics and Example Part IV Enterprise Beans 22. Running the Advanced Contexts and Dependency Injection Examples Part VI Persistence 32. Introduction to Security in the Java EE Platform 40. Getting Started Securing Enterprise Applications 42. Java EE Security: Advanced Topics Part VIII Java EE Supporting Technologies 43. The document root is where XHTML pages, client-side classes and archives, and static web resources, such as images, are stored.
Contexts and Dependency Injection for the Java EE Platform: Advanced Topics 31. Using a Second-Level Cache with Java Persistence API Applications Part VII Security 39. The top-level directory of a web module is the document root of the application.
If for some reason you do not want the default dynamic reloading behavior, follow these steps in the Administration Console.