On Fri, 31 Oct 2014 12:29:16 -0200, Chris Poulsen <[hidden email]>
> If the actual arguments does not fit the signature the handler will be
> skipped (the rules can be found in the docs).
> Try: Object onActivate( EventContext ec )
> to see what is acutally getting passed as context.
Actually, I'd consider onActivate(EventContext) the recommended way of
receiving the activation context. It's *always* called. No surprises. :)
In Ken's case, I'd guess there's no String to Class and String to Object
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And I am not receiving what I need in my eventcontext object
Not sure what to think at this point
the tynamo guys had a List.java module that is used and replicated as a page. At one point I was using eclipse and performed SHIFT-O which poulated my java module with package references... and without glancing I just grabbed the first one atop the list since it said "java.util.List" and being a dimbo java developer I just said ok... I will use that one. But who deserves the hard dope slap... me or the person who designed List.java ? Since then I have browsed all my pages and such threatening lapses in type usages which caused horrific runtime issues.
Still not sure what to think at this point
Any ideas ? I fixed the activate being triggered... but the EventContext object is not delivering for me.
My new problem is passivate is not being triggered.
return pageRenderLinkSource.createPageRenderLinkWithContext(Show.class, beanType, bean);
if I put List.class in place of Show.class, it finds its way back to the List page
My problem being, the edit page is unable to find its way back to the Show page
I dont know why the URL's are messed up for the content and the browser URL address,
the URL address appears to be in order but like I said something is going on under the hood displaying bogus content