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passing object from zul to controller

asked 2014-01-29 18:13:09 +0800

robertkaren gravatar image robertkaren
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I am new to zk and am having trouble with this. I have a textbox for a filename with a 'browse' button next to it which will open another window (below).I am having trouble passing the textbox (object or path) to the controller of the new window. I want it to set value of the original textbox after user selects something from tree in popup window. What is best way to pass it to the 2nd window's controller. I don't want to hardcode a path to the textbox because I want to reuse the popup's controller elsewhere. Thanks for any help!

Button creating new window:

    public class SaveFileTabpanelController extends SelectorComposer<Component> {
    private Window window;
    @Wire
    Textbox filenameTextbox;
    @Listen ("onClick = #browseBtn")
    public void onClickBrowseBtn() {
        String template = "browseFolder.zul"
        Map<String, Object> args = new HashMap<String, Object>();
        args.put("testString", "test string 1");
        args.put("textbox", filenameTextbox);
        window = (Window)Executions.createComponents(template, null, args);
        window.doModal();
    }
}

new window zul:

    <window id="browseFolderOuterWin" title="Select a folder" 
height="500px" width="400px" 
apply="com.namsi.eztab.services.BrowseFolderController">
    <borderlayout>
        <north>     <label id="testLbl" value="123"/>
        </north>
        <center border="0">
                <tree id="foldersTree" style="height:18px;"
                       width="100%" vflex="true">
                    <treecols sizable="true">
                        <treecol width="100%"/>
                    </treecols>
                    <treechildren>
                    <treeitem>
                    <treerow>
                    <treecell label="${arg.testString}" >
                       <attribute name="onDoubleClick">
                        testLbl.setValue(self.getLabel() + "rk");
                       </attribute>
                    </treecell>
                    </treerow>
                    </treeitem>
                    <treeitem>
                    <treerow>
                    <treecell label="dir 2"/>
                    </treerow>
                    </treeitem>
                    </treechildren>
                </tree>
        </center>
        <south border="0">
            <hbox width="100%" pack="center">
                <button id="closeBtn" label="Close" />
            </hbox>
        </south>
    </borderlayout>
</window>

controller of new window:

    public class BrowseFolderController extends SelectorComposer<Component> {
        private Window window;
        String testString2 = null;
        @Wire
        Window browseFolderOuterWin;
        @Listen ("onClick = #closeBtn")
        public void onClickCloseBtn() {
            System.out.println(this + " detaching, testString2 = " + testString2);
            browseFolderOuterWin.detach();
        }
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answered 2014-02-02 02:26:21 +0800

robertkaren gravatar image robertkaren
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Thanks! That worked. It took awhile before I figured out I needed to extend GenericForwardComposer. Thanks again.

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Ofcourse we have to extend GenericForwardComposer in Controller to use the objects from zul.

MVarun ( 2014-02-03 07:54:28 +0800 )edit

you can use selectorcomposer to, but you will add annotations.

chillworld ( 2014-02-03 08:25:44 +0800 )edit

Can you tell me what annotation to add to let me read the 'arg' parameters I am reading in doAfterCompose (below)? I was trying to do that. Thanks.

robertkaren ( 2014-02-03 15:18:44 +0800 )edit

If you extended the genericcomposer you dont need annotations. Just reader the args in doaftercompose and save it to some variablen. If you want to use selectorcomposer. Search the docs for more info.

chillworld ( 2014-02-03 16:05:40 +0800 )edit

I am using SelectorComposer, I searched documents but still not getting how to access arg in SelectorComposer.

Bhushanngage ( 2015-09-29 05:32:09 +0800 )edit
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answered 2014-01-29 20:57:37 +0800

chillworld gravatar image chillworld flag of Belgium
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For the quick view I took, you where good on the way. If your problem is that testString2 is still null that is because you have to override the doAfterCompose like this :

@Override
public void doAfterCompose(Component window) throws Exception {
    super.doAfterCompose(window);
    if (arg.containsKey("testString")) {
        testString2 =  (String) arg.get("testString"));
}

If you want the template string a little more flexibler you could use propertie file for that.

Greetz chill.

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