[seam-dev] Accessing stylesheets from action

Martin Gainty mgainty at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 19 17:32:02 EDT 2008

was supposed to be fixed by mikhail 
looks like the fix was rejected or did'nt work

in the meanwhile can you include in a4j include in your .xhtml page ?
<a4j:loadStyle src="resource://css/testing.xcss"/>testing.xcss which is in a package css in the classpath:


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> Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2008 23:44:14 +0300
> From: nickarls at gmail.com
> To: seam-dev at lists.jboss.org
> Subject: [seam-dev] Accessing stylesheets from action
> Hi,
>   I'm looking at JBSEAM-3411, trying to be able to use external css
> references when exporting dataTables to Excel. Can you think of any
> way of accessing the stylesheets from an action method?
>   * I don't think I can access them from the ViewRoot or anywhere in
> through FacesContext(?)
>   * Filters are in the wrong place, no response yet(?)
>   * Is there any Facelets magic that can be applied?
>   * Phaselistener?
>   * Parsing the request in order to determine xhtml document used and
> then reading the file directly as a resource
>     sounds like a long shot...
> PS. What is the practise when fixing bugs you discover yourself -
> should you open and close a JIRA for it anyway in order to get a
> reference in some changelog?
> ---
> Nik
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