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  1. RichFaces
  2. RF-4216

AjaxKeepAlive is not a component

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: 3.2.1
    • Fix Version/s: 3.3.0
    • Component/s: doc
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      Description

      Documentation: AjaxKeepAlive myKeepAlive = new AjaxKeepAlive()

      There's no AjaxKeepAlive component nor AjaxKeepAlive class and it cannot be created programmatically and there's no need for that.

      Request-scoped beans marked with org.ajax4jsf.model.KeepAlive annotation are kept-alive by framework internals.

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          atsebro Alex Tserbo added a comment -

          1. A short description about how to use the tag on a page was added into the "Using the tag on a Page" section
          2. Section "Create the component dynamically using Java" was removed from guide (commented in keepAlive.xml)

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          atsebro Alex Tserbo added a comment - 1. A short description about how to use the tag on a page was added into the "Using the tag on a Page" section 2. Section "Create the component dynamically using Java" was removed from guide (commented in keepAlive.xml)
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          artdaw Gleb Galkin added a comment -

          please , add info about ?@KeepAlive annotation: you could create bean with the @KeepAlive annotation inside. KeepAlive is stored in the request scope of the bean created

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          artdaw Gleb Galkin added a comment - please , add info about ?@KeepAlive annotation: you could create bean with the @KeepAlive annotation inside. KeepAlive is stored in the request scope of the bean created
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          atsebro Alex Tserbo added a comment -

          A bean instance in the request scope could also be saved directly through the declaration of <code>@KeepAlive</code> annotation inside the bean.

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          atsebro Alex Tserbo added a comment - A bean instance in the request scope could also be saved directly through the declaration of <code>@KeepAlive</code> annotation inside the bean.

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            • Assignee:
              atsebro Alex Tserbo
              Reporter:
              nbelaevski Nick Belaevski
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