[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: Portlet tag interpretation sequence

louise_za do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Jul 12 03:22:36 EDT 2006

In the above code excerpt I forgot to add the return statement in the getChildren method. The code should look as follows:

  | public String getChildren(String id)
  |   {
  |          String children;
  |          children = "\t<portlet:actionURL windowState=\"normal\"             portletMode=\"view\" var=\"actionUrl\">\n" +
  |           "\t\t<portlet:param name=\"id\" value=\"" + id + "\"/>\n" + 
  |           "\t</portlet:actionURL>\n" + 
  |           "<script>\n" +
  |           "\t <a href=\"<%=actionUrl>\">The link</a>";
  |          return children;
  |   }	

The actual value of the string returned looks as follows, for example:

  | 	<portlet:actionURL windowState="normal" portletMode="view" var="actionUrl">
  | 		<portlet:param name="id" value="1009"/>
  | 	</portlet:actionURL>
  | <script>
  | 	 tree.add(1,' ESM Results','_self', '<%= actionUrl %>','', '', '');
In the above problem the javascript elements work fine. It is the <portlet:ActionURL> tag that does not get generated. The actionUrl variable is passed as is in a text form and not as the actual action URL.

So, when someone clicks on the link they get the HTTP400 - Bad Request error because the link is built to look like this:


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