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answered 2018-06-27 18:31:44 +0800

psinalberth gravatar image psinalberth

Thanks! I used setAttribute(...) to "turn visible" the properties I needed. Now, I'm trying to fill a listbox with some data by using model tag and template.

In lookupbox, I'm able to set the column labels, column values and data set. If my property is "primitive" (String, Integer, ...) I can get its value, but when I try to get object.property an exception is thrown, because cannot find object.property. In fact there is no reference any property with that name. I found a class that resolve a property, I'm pretty sure its name is XelResolver.

So, what I'm trying to achieve now is how to access a property from an object inside another object by using an EL Expression or something else. I'd appreciate if you could take a look at this fiddle: http://zkfiddle.org/sample/9dlefj/5-lookupbox#source-1

Thanks! I used setAttribute(...) to "turn visible" the properties I needed. Now, I'm trying to fill a listbox with some data by using model tag and template.

In lookupbox, I'm able to set the column labels, column values and data set. If my property is "primitive" (String, Integer, ...) I can get its value, but when I try to get object.property an exception is thrown, because cannot find object.property. In fact there is no reference any property with that name. I found a class that resolve a property, I'm pretty sure its name is XelResolver.

So, what I'm trying to achieve now is how to access a property from an object inside another object by using an EL Expression or something else. I'd appreciate if you could take a look at this fiddle: http://zkfiddle.org/sample/9dlefj/5-lookupbox#source-1http://zkfiddle.org/sample/9dlefj/7-lookupbox

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