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Renders an HTML "table" element compliant with the HTML 401
specification. Please consult the javadoc for
to supplement this specification. If the "styleClass" attribute
is specified, render its value as the value of the "class"
attribute on the "table" element. Any pass-through attributes are also rendered on the "table" element.
Rendering the header
UIData component has a "header" facet, or
any of the child
UIColumn components has a "header"
facet, render a "thead" element. If the
component has a "header" facet, encode its contents inside of "tr"
and "th" elements, respectively. Output the value of the
"headerClass" attribute of the
UIData component, if
present, as the value of the "class" attribute on the "th".
Output the number of child
UIColumn components of the
UIData component as the value of the "colspan"
attribute on the "th". Output "colgroup" as the value of the
"scope" attribute on the "th" element.
If any of the child
UIColumn components has a
"header" facet render a "tr" element. For each
UIColumn that actually has a "header" facet, render
it inside of a "th" element. Columns that don't have a "header"
facet cause an empty "th" element to be rendered. Output the
value of the "headerClass" attribute of the
component, if present, as the value of the "class" attribute on
the "th". Output "col" as the value of the "colgroup" attribute
on the "th" element.
Close out the "thead" element.
Rendering the footer
Follow the same process as for the header, except replace "header" with "footer", "th" with "td", "thead" with "tfoot", and "headerClass" with "footerClass". Do not render any "scope" attribute for the footer.
Rendering the table body
Render a "tbody" element. Keep track of the result of the
"rows" property on the
UIData component. Keep track
of the number of rows we have rendered so far. Iterate through
the rows. Set the "rowIndex" property of the
component to be correct as we iterate through the rows. Stop
rendering children and close out the "tbody" element if the
"rowAvailable" property of the
UIData returned false.
Output a "tr" element. Output the value of the "rowClasses" per
the attribute description below. For each
child, output a "td" element, attaching the value of the
"columnClasses" attribute of the
UIData component per
the attribute description below. Recursively encode each child of
UIColumn child. Close out the "td" element.
When done with the row, close out the "tr" element. When done
with all the rows, close out the "tbody" element.
When done rendering all the rows, set the "rowIndex" property of
UIData to -1, and close out the "table"
|bgcolor||false||false||Name or code of the background color for this table.|
|binding||false||false||The value binding expression linking this component to a property in a backing bean|
|border||false||false||Width (in pixels) of the border to be drawn around this table.|
|cellpadding||false||false||Definition of how much space the user agent should leave between the border of each cell and its contents.|
|cellspacing||false||false||Definition of how much space the user agent should leave between the left side of the table and the leftmost column, the top of the table and the top of the top side of the topmost row, and so on for the right and bottom of the table. It also specifies the amount of space to leave between cells.|
|clientOnly||false||false||If false, saves the width of the columns to the server, its only applicable when resizeable = true. "true" is the default value. It helps when the width of the column needs to be preserved after the resize operation.|
Comma-delimited list of CSS style classes that will be applied to the columns of this table. A space separated list of classes may also be specified for any individual column. If the number of elements in this list is less than the number of columns specified in the "columns" attribute, no "class" attribute is output for each column greater than the number of elements in the list. If the number of elements in the list is greater than the number of columns specified in the "columns" attribute, the elements at the posisiton in the list after the value of the "columns" attribute are ignored.
If the value of this attribute is not being set, the tableRenderer would
render the default classes using the following pattern (e.g.)
The above class pattern would allow you to define the base style in the "column" class and if you want to customize any of the specific column you can override the column+index class.
|columnWidths||false||false||A comma separated list of the widths of each column for a scrollable table. Please note that column widths must be set in pixels. This attribute does not yet support percentage column widths.|
|dir||false||false||Direction indication for text that does not inherit directionality. Valid values are "LTR" (left-to-right) and "RTL" (right-to-left).|
|first||false||false||Zero-relative row number of the first row to be displayed. If this property is set to zero, rendering will begin with the first row of the underlying data.|
Space-separated list of CSS style class(es) that will be applied to any
footer generated for this table.
|frame||false||false||Code specifying which sides of the frame surrounding this table will be visible. Valid values are: none (no sides, default value); above (top side only); below (bottom side only); hsides (top and bottom sides only); vsides (right and left sides only); lhs (left hand side only); rhs (right hand side only); box (all four sides); and border (all four sides).|
Space-separated list of CSS style class(es) that will be applied to any
header generated for this table.
This attribute can be used to define the separate style classes for the each
header of the each column.
The default would rendered as : iceDatTblColHdr1, iceDatTblColHdr2 alternatively
Note: The attribute has been deprecated.
|id||false||false||The component identifier for this component. This value must be unique within the closest parent component that is a naming container.|
|lang||false||false||Code describing the language used in the generated markup for this component.|
|rendered||false||false||Flag indicating whether or not this component should be rendered (during Render Response Phase), or processed on any subsequent form submit.|
|renderedOnUserRole||false||false||If user is in given role, this component will be rendered normally. If not, nothing is rendered and the body of this tag will be skipped.|
To make columns resizable, this attribute needs to be true.Note: Only those columns of the table can be dragged which are defined as the "header" facet of a column. The headers which are defined by the "columnGroup" can not be dragged.
This feature does not yet support dataTables with the 'scrollable' attribute set. This combination of features is slated for a future release.
|resizableColumnWidths||false||false||A comma separated list of the widths of each column for a resizable table. Please note that column widths must be set in pixels. This attribute does not yet support percentage column widths.|
Comma-delimited list of CSS style classes that will be applied to the
rows of this table. A space separated list of classes may also be
specified for any individual row. Thes styles are applied, in turn,
to each row in the table. For example, if the list has two elements,
the first style class in the list is applied to the first row, the
second to the second row, the first to the third row, the second to
the fourth row, etc. In other words, we keep iterating through the
list until we reach the end, and then we start at the beginning again.
|rows||false||false||The number of rows to display, starting with the one identified by the "first" property. If this value is set to zero, all available rows in the underlying data model will be displayed.|
|rules||false||false||Code specifying which rules will appear between cells within this table. Valid values are: none (no rules, default value); groups (between row groups); rows (between rows only); cols (between columns only); and all (between all rows and columns).|
|scrollFooter||false||false||In scrollable mode the footer scrolls as well, to trun the scrolling off it can be set to the false. The default value is true.|
|scrollHeight||false||false||Set the height of the scroll table.|
|scrollable||false||false||When true table is scrollable. (Note: you will also need to set columnWidths, and scrollHeight) When table is scrollable pass-thru attributes like bgcolor will not work because they are passed to the outer scrollable div only, not to the table itself. Use style classes instead. See the styleClass, rowClasses and columnClasses attributes.|
|sortAscending||false||false||Sets default sort order, required for sortheader component.|
|sortColumn||false||false||Sets column to be sort, required for sortheader component.|
|style||false||false||CSS style(s) to be applied when this component is rendered.|
Space-separated list of CSS style class(es) to be applied when this element is rendered. This value must be passed through as the "class" attribute on generated markup. the default class rendered as iceDatTbl. if enabled
|summary||false||false||Summary of this table's purpose and structure, for user agents rendering to non-visual media such as speech and Braille.|
|title||false||false||Advisory title information about markup elements generated for this component.|
|value||false||false||The data model for this component.|
|var||false||false||Name of a request-scope attribute under which the model data for the row selected by the current value of the "rowIndex" property (i.e. also the current value of the "rowData" property) will be exposed.|
Name of a request-scope attribute under which the current indexed state will be exposed. This is modeled after the Facelets JSTL c:forEach varStatus. The varStatus object has 5 sub-properties:
|width||false||false||Width of the entire table, for visual user agents.|
|Variables||No Variables Defined.|
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