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, Aug 9, 2010 12:10:36 PM
5 responses to Getting Deeper into the Managed Bean - Creating a Cached Master/Detail Recordset
fred, December 5, 2010 8:50 AM
Great Post, but what is the "save" button doing?
I'm doing something similar, but i don't know how i can process the entered values..
Can i download your example from somewhere?
Nick Wall, August 14, 2010 5:58 PM
Keep these posts coming, great stuff...much appreciated.
Jeremy Hodge, August 9, 2010 9:15 PM
Mostly out of habit, knowing it would work for the repeat control ... If i were coding / optimizing it for performance, I probably would look at a different structure, maybe an ArrayList or LinkedList ... LinkedList would be speedier removing arbitrary items, but requires more garbage collecting ... ArrayList could potentially consume less memory too ... but I haven't tried an ArrayList or LinkedList with the repeat control yet either. I assume it works though.
Stephan H. Wissel, August 9, 2010 8:48 PM
Excellent deep dive. Just wondering, other than Lotus' own fondness for vectors, what made you pick a vector over any of the other (more common) collection classes?
Matt Vargish, August 9, 2010 3:10 PM
Really excellent article, thanks!
I posted yesterday about my experiences with using the Eclipse debugger directly in DDE to remote debug Java -- mostly focused on code invoked via agents because I haven't written any backing beans yet, and stepping through the generated JSF stuff wasn't very interesting... Was just thinking this morning that I should try it, and your first post on this topic just saved me hours of figuring out the details.
FWIW you can step through the managed bean no problem, my post is here if your interested: http://getthemostfromnotes.com/tsblog.nsf/d6plinks/KFRA-886LD3
Looking forward to more in this series!