Thank you, I ended up doing it client-side, but I appreciate the feedback,
I'm sure it will be useful in another moment.
2010/3/16 Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com
you can override onbeforerender, call super first, then iterate over
the children and do what you need to.
On Tue, Mar 16, 2010 at 6:44 AM, Xavier López xavil...@gmail.com wrote:
I have a ListView that build up a list of checks. These Checks have all
be enabled or disabled depending on a bean's property. That property is
binded to a general checkbox (outside the listview). When the user
the selection on the main checkbox, the ones in the listview
Now, I see that I can't use the same method I use in the Ajax Behavior,
because at constructor time, the ListView has not been populated yet.
Is there a way to invoke a method after ListView' s onPopulate() ?
Is it a better approach to override isEnabled() on those Checks ? The
holding the property to decide it is large, I think I should use a binded
model in this case (getModel().bind(generalProperty), or the
from the general checkbox).
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