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tell me why

asked 2011-10-30 00:16:18 +0800

streamif gravatar image streamif
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<window id="a1" use="testUse">
<zscript>

public void go()
{
testUse xx = new testUse();
b1.value=xx.go();
}
</zscript>
<textbox id="b1" value="aaaaa"/>
<button label="ok" onClick="go()"/>
</window>

-----------------------
--testUse.java
----------------------
public class testUse()
{
public String go()
{
return "hello";
}
}

---error! why? how to do?

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answered 2011-10-30 13:15:31 +0800

gyowanny gravatar image gyowanny
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First of all, your class name ends with wrong symbols "()".

Second, you may want to read more about the "use" attribute: http://books.zkoss.org/wiki/ZK_Developer's_Guide/Fundamental_ZK/ZK_User_Interface_Markup_Language/ZK_Attributes

In your case you must extend your java class to org.zkoss.zul.Window. Thus, your class would be changed to

public class testUse extends org.zkoss.zul.Window {
   ...
}

You may want to read about the "apply" attribute too.

Thank you,

Gyo

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answered 2011-10-30 19:10:16 +0800

streamif gravatar image streamif
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thank you very much

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