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Use parameters in a conditional @command

asked 2014-06-20 15:53:33 +0800

oscarvalencia gravatar image oscarvalencia flag of Mexico
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Hi, I'm triying to use a conditional @command with an argument passed with Executions.createComponents, this is my java code:

Map data = new HashMap();
data.put("isFromHere", true);
modal = (Window) Executions.createComponents("root/to/window", null, data);
modal.doModal();

And in my zul page I'm trying to do this:

<button label="Save" onClick="@command(arg.isFromHere ? 'save' : 'not')" />

But every time arg.isFromHere is returning false, like the argument is not passed. But if I do this:

<button if="${arg.isFromHere}" label="Save" onClick="@command('save'" />

That does work fine! What means the arguments are getting to the zul page, but not working on conditional commands, Is there a way to make it work?

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answered 2014-06-20 17:22:58 +0800

chillworld gravatar image chillworld flag of Belgium
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It has all to do with the lifecycle of the binder.
@Command and ${} are get on different times.

Read this documentation and see your solution in it.

Solution for you :

VM :

private boolean fromHere;

@Init
public void init(@ExecutionArgParam("isFromHere") boolean fromHere){
    this.fromHere = fromHere;
}

public boolean isFromHere() {
    return fromHere;
}

zul :

<button label="Save" onClick="@command(vm.fromHere ? 'save' : 'not')" />

Greetz chill.

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How do you do that if the command takes parameters? => Works in the 2nd part after the ":" .

WilliamB ( 2015-11-09 10:22:16 +0800 )edit

It will send the parameters to both commands but you doesn't need to fetch them

chillworld ( 2015-11-09 22:06:09 +0800 )edit
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