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com.sun.facelets: Javadoc index of package com.sun.facelets.


Package Samples:

com.sun.facelets.tag.jsf: Tags and other objects that define Facelet implementations.  
com.sun.facelets.impl: Public Facelet API.  
com.sun.facelets.tag.ui
com.sun.facelets.tag.jstl.core
com.sun.facelets.tag.jsf.html
com.sun.facelets.tag.jsf.core
com.sun.facelets.mock
com.sun.facelets.bean
com.sun.facelets.util
com.sun.facelets.tag.jstl.fn
com.sun.facelets.tag
com.sun.facelets.compiler
com.sun.facelets.component
com.sun.facelets.el

Classes:

StateWriter: A class for handling state insertion. Content is written directly to "out" until an attempt to write state; at that point, it's redirected into a buffer that can be picked through in theory, this buffer should be very small, since it only needs to be enough to contain all the content after the close of the first (and, hopefully, only) form. Potential optimizations: If we created a new FastWriter at each call to writingState(), and stored a List of them, then we'd know that state tokens could only possibly be near the start of each buffer (and might not be there at all). (There might be a close-element ...
ValidateHandler: Handles setting a Validator instance on a EditableValueHolder. Will wire all attributes set to the Validator instance created/fetched. Uses the "binding" attribute for grabbing instances to apply attributes to. Will only set/create Validator is the passed UIComponent's parent is null, signifying that it wasn't restored from an existing tree.
DefaultFaceletContext: Default FaceletContext implementation. A single FaceletContext is used for all Facelets involved in an invocation of Facelet#apply(FacesContext, UIComponent) 55 . This means that included Facelets are treated the same as the JSP include directive.
ConvertHandler: Handles setting a Converter instance on a ValueHolder. Will wire all attributes set to the Converter instance created/fetched. Uses the "binding" attribute for grabbing instances to apply attributes to. Will only set/create Converter is the passed UIComponent's parent is null, signifying that it wasn't restored from an existing tree.
AttributeHandler: Sets the specified name and attribute on the parent UIComponent. If the "value" specified is not a literal, it will instead set the ValueExpression on the UIComponent. See tag documentation .
VariableMapperWrapper: Utility class for wrapping another VariableMapper with a new context, represented by a Map . Modifications occur to the Map instance, but resolve against the wrapped VariableMapper if the Map doesn't contain the ValueExpression requested.
LoadBundleHandler: Load a resource bundle localized for the Locale of the current view, and expose it (as a Map) in the request attributes of the current request. See tag documentation .
ValueChangeListenerHandler: Register an ValueChangeListener instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
ConvertDateTimeHandler: Register a DateTimeConverter instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
ActionListenerHandler: Register an ActionListener instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
ConvertNumberHandler: Register a NumberConverter instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
ConvertDelegateHandler: Register a named Converter instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
ValidateDelegateHandler: Register a named Validator instance on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
FacetHandler: Register a named facet on the UIComponent associated with the closest parent UIComponent custom action. See tag documentation .
TemplateClient: FaceletHandlers can implement this contract and push themselves into the FaceletContext for participating in templating. Templates will attempt to resolve content for a specified name until one of the TemplatClients return 'true'.
TagDecorator: Provides the ability to completely change the Tag before it's processed for compiling with the associated TagHandler. You could take <input type="text" /> and convert it to &lth:inputText /> before compiling.
ViewHandler: Container for all JavaServer Faces core and custom component actions used on a page. See tag documentation .
CompositeFaceletHandler: A FaceletHandler that is derived of 1 or more, inner FaceletHandlers. This class would be found if the next FaceletHandler is structually, a body with multiple child elements as defined in XML.
CompositeTagDecorator: A TagDecorator that is composed of 1 or more TagDecorator instances. It uses the chain of responsibility pattern to stop processing if any of the TagDecorators return a value other than null.
CompositeTagLibrary: A TagLibrary that is composed of 1 or more TagLibrary children. Uses the chain of responsibility pattern to stop searching as soon as one of the children handles the requested method.
Facelet: The parent or root object in a FaceletHandler composition. The Facelet will take care of populating the passed UIComponent parent in relation to the create/restore lifecycle of JSF.
MetaRuleset: A mutable set of rules to be used in auto-wiring state to a particular object instance. Rules assigned to this object will be composed into a single Metadata instance.
TagLibraryConfig: Handles creating a TagLibrary from a URL source.
CoreLibrary: For Tag details, see JSF Core taglib documentation .
UserTagHandler: A Tag that is specified in a FaceletFile. Takes all attributes specified and sets them on the FaceletContext before including the targeted Facelet file.

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