ICEfaces Advanced Components
Tag dateTimeEntry

This component allows entry of a date/time. It can be in inline mode or popup mode. In either mode you can enter a date/time by clicking. In popup mode you have the additional option of entering in a text input field. The format of the input is determined by the nested <f:convertDateTime> tag. For more information, see the Wiki doc.

Tag Information
Tag Classorg.icefaces.component.datetimeentry.DateTimeEntryTag
TagExtraInfo ClassNone
Body ContentJSP
Display NameNone

bindingnofalsejavax.el.ValueExpressionUsing an EL expression, bind the component reference to a bean property, so that the component may be accessed in the bean.
converternofalsejavax.faces.convert.ConverterConverter is an interface describing a Java class that can perform Object-to-String and String-to-Object conversions between model data objects and a String representation of those objects that is suitable for rendering.
converterMessagenofalsejava.lang.StringIf present, will be used as the text of the converter message, replacing any message that comes from the converter.
disablednofalsebooleanIf true then this date time entry will be disabled and can not be entered.
idnofalsejava.lang.StringThe component identifier for this component. This value must be unique within the closest parent component that is a naming container.
immediatenofalsebooleanA flag indicating that conversion and validation of this component's value should occur during Apply Request Values phase instead of Process Validations phase., default Value = false
renderAsPopupnofalsebooleanWhether to render the calendar inline or as a popup., default Value = false
renderInputFieldnofalsebooleanWhen rendered as a popup, you can allow entering the date/time in a text input field as well. This attribute flags whether text input is allowed. Format of input is determined by the nested <f:convertDateTime> tag., default Value = false
renderednofalsebooleanReturn true if this component (and its children) should be rendered during the Render Response phase of the request processing lifecycle., default Value = true
requirednofalsebooleanA flag indicating whether the user required to provide a non-empty submitted value for this component., default Value = false
requiredMessagenofalsejava.lang.StringIf present, will be used as the text of the validation message for the "required" facility, if the "required" facility is used.
singleSubmitnofalsebooleanWhen singleSubmit is true, changing the value of this component will submit and execute this component only (equivalent to <f:ajax execute="@this" render="@all">). When singleSubmit is false, no submit will occur. The default value is false., default Value = false
stylenofalsejava.lang.Stringstyle will be rendered on a root element of this component
styleClassnofalsejava.lang.Stringstyle class will be rendered on a root element of this component
tabindexnofalsejava.lang.Integertabindex of the component
validatornofalsejavax.el.MethodExpressionMethodExpression representing a validator method that will be called during Process Validations to perform correctness checks on the value of this component. The expression must evaluate to a public method that takes FacesContext, UIComponent, and Object parameters, with a return type of void.
validatorMessagenofalsejava.lang.StringIf present, will be used as the text of the validator message, replacing any message that comes from the validator.
valuenofalsejava.lang.ObjectValue of the component as a Date object.
valueChangeListenernofalsejavax.el.MethodExpressionMethodExpression representing a value change listener method that will be notified when a new value has been set for this input component. The expression must evaluate to a public method that takes a ValueChangeEvent parameter, with a return type of void, or to a public method that takes no arguments with a return type of void. In the latter case, the method has no way of easily knowing what the new value is, but this can be useful in cases where a notification is needed that "this value changed".

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