Hi Decebal,

Was just an idea you will have to adapt it to your needs... It would
be interesting to see why your original setting is not working: as I
only was guessing an explanation which might be wrong.

Best,

Ernesto

On Tue, Jun 8, 2010 at 3:57 PM, Decebal Suiu <decebal.s...@asf.ro> wrote:
>
> Hello Ernesto
>
> I understood now. I single AbstractAjaxTimerBehavior on "timerContext"
> component and onTimer I will iterate  through all visible components from
> TabbedPanel that implements ITimerListener. One problem is that
> DashboardsTab (for example) contains many auto refreshable widget panels
> with various durations (panel1 at 5 seconds, panel2 at 15 seconds, etc).
> What duration may I put in the single timer on "timerContext"? (the min
> duration).
> And I don't see the role of the hasChnaged() from ITimerListener in my case.
> I want to do an auto refresh on some panels at some interval and in this
> case hasChnaged() returns always true (or for example if I want to refresh
> the component after 30 seconds and the unique timer has duration 10 seconds
> I will ignore 2 calls?)
>
> Thnaks,
> decebal
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