Edition Detail Example

This example makes liberal use of s:isVisible and s:isEditable settings to control the editability of the form's input fields (depending on whether a given Edition is currently 'saved'), as well as the accessibility of various controls. It also demonstrates a generic way to manage radio buttons, and a couple of different ways to manage select lists.

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Notes On This Example

The form bean backing this example's view keeps track of which editions are 'saved,' and exposes a method to determine the status of the edition on the on the current page. A TBODY element in the form binds that method to an s:isEditable attribute.

Note that when Input elements are not editable, they render themselves as static text. Because editability cascades, the TBODY's s:isEditable attribute should govern the editability of any and all nested input elements (unless overridden locally). That's why, absent any validation errors, clicking Save 'turns off' the whole form; and why subsequently clicking Cancel (which toggles the saved status back to false), 'turns it on' again.


Other Features Shown in this Example

  • Cross-field validation. An s:crossFieldOR custom attribute on the form element registers a CrossFieldValidationRule for the price and coverPrice fields
  • DynamicTypeCode. The discountType SELECT element uses a DynamicTypeCode to supply its options list and track the selected value. Settings shown include:
    • defaultValue Sets the string to be displayed when there is no selection.
    • labelFormat Defines how the label is displayed.
    • formatterSettings Allows settings to be passed to the Formatter; in this case a setting is supplied to define the order in which to sort the options list.