Yes, if you define the UISelectOne<YourEnum>, it will be rendered as a combo box
(non-editable). That depends on the InputType you choose
As for your suggestion, you can use a UIInputMany and add a UICompleter to present some
options when Ctrl+Space is pressed (although I think this may require some changes in the
</div><div>-------- Mensagem original --------</div><div>De:
"Ivan St. Ivanov" <ivan.st.ivanov(a)gmail.com> </div><div>Data:
04/07/2015 11:47 (GMT-03:00) </div><div>Para: forge-dev List
<forge-dev(a)lists.jboss.org> </div><div>Assunto: Re: [forge-dev] Some
questions on wizard steps </div><div>
</div>Thanks a lot, George!
I guess that if I make the List parameter an enum, it will appear as combo
box(es) in the GUI?
And to add to this question. Is it possible to define a combo box, where
the user can both choose one of the options as well as add one by herself?
On Jul 4, 2015 17:37, "George Gastaldi" <ggastald(a)redhat.com> wrote:
1) Finish is automatically enabled when the next steps are valid (do not
require any input from the user) or is null.
2) Use a UIInputMany<String> and make it required.
-------- Mensagem original --------
De: "Ivan St. Ivanov" <ivan.st.ivanov(a)gmail.com>
Data: 03/07/2015 17:46 (GMT-03:00)
Para: forge-dev List <forge-dev(a)lists.jboss.org>
Assunto: [forge-dev] Some questions on wizard steps
It's me again, using a new thread for the sake of keeping stuff separated
My next questions concern defining wizard steps. There we go:
1) Suppose I define a wizard. But already at the first window the user can
say "I am done". And can press the Finish button. How can I specify in a
wizard step that the Finish button is clickable. From the docs I got it is
just by returning null from the next() method. But I want to have both the
opportunity to go to the next step or finish everything immediately. So
both Next and Finish buttons have to be enabled
2) That's a more tricky question. In a command window I want to give the
opportunity to the user to define one or more security roles. Pay attention
to the 'one or more' requirement: the user should be able to enter in one,
two, three, four or *n* text fields the name of the role they want to add
to the security constraint. How can I implement that?
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