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joi, 28 mai 2015

[OmniFaces utilities 2.0] Add globally a flash scoped faces message

[OmniFaces utilities] The addFlashGlobal() method adds a flash scoped global faces message. This adds a faces message to a clientId of null. Use this when you need to display the message after a redirect.


The information stored in flash scope "survives" one redirect. Let's suppose that the below code is in page A.xhtml:

 <h:commandButton value="Click Me!" action="#{myBean.myAction()}"/>

The myAction() method perform some tasks, including generating a global INFO message and redirecting to page, B.xhtml:

import org.omnifaces.util.Messages;
public String myAction() {
 FacesMessage message = new FacesMessage();
 message.setSummary("This is page B!");
 // do not try the Messages#addGlobal() because the message will not "survive" during redirect
 return "B?faces-redirect=true";

Now, in page B.xhtml, you will see the message:  This is page B!

Note Don't forget to use in page where the messages are displayed the <h:messages>, for global messages, or any other approach capable to display the global messages.

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