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  2. JAVAEETUTORIAL-20

Advanced Composite Components chapter has error, needs enhancement

    Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 6.0.6
    • Fix Version/s: 7.0.2
    • Component/s: doc
    • Labels:
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      Operating System: All
      Platform: All

      Description

      Reported to the Java EE Documentation mailing list from a user.

      Error:
      I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

      Enhancement:
      Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.

        Activity

        jendrock created issue -
        jendrock made changes -
        Field Original Value New Value
        Fix Version/s current [ 10661 ]
        Description From: Roberto Moriyon

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced
        Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The
        compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of
        that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a
        composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean"
        required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The
        Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File
        of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is
        an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the
        Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where
        the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is
        introduced.
        From: Roberto Moriyon

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the
        Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.
        jendrock made changes -
        Description From: Roberto Moriyon

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the
        Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.
        From: Roberto Moriyon

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.
        jendrock made changes -
        Description From: Roberto Moriyon

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.
        Reported to the Java EE Documentation mailing list from a user.

        Error:
        I think there is a mistake in chapter 13 of the Java EE 6 Tutorial (Advanced Composite Components), within the fourth section of that chapter (The compositecomponentlogin Example Application), in the first subsection of that section (The Composite Component File): I think there is a composite:attribute clause missing (<composite:attribute name="myloginBean" required="true"/>, or something like that).

        Enhancement:
        Moreover, from my point of view the contents of the next subsection (The Using Page) would be clearer if the subsection The Composite Component File of Chapter 13 started saying something like "The composite component file is an XHTML file called LoginPanel.xhtml." and a reference was added to the Composite Components section of Chapter 5 (Introduction to Facelets), where the use of Facelet libraries and prefixes for composite components is introduced.
        Ian Evans made changes -
        Assignee chinmayee_srivathsa [ chinmayee_srivathsa ] jendrock [ jendrock ]
        jendrock made changes -
        Fix Version/s 7.0.3 [ 16500 ]
        jendrock made changes -
        Status Open [ 1 ] Closed [ 6 ]
        Fix Version/s 7.0.2 [ 16321 ]
        Fix Version/s 7.0.3 [ 16500 ]
        Resolution Fixed [ 1 ]

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