Primefaces javascript RemoteCommand parameters

 

From BalusC:
Since PrimeFaces version 3.3 the syntax is as follows (copypasted from 3.3 users guide):

3.81 RemoteCommand

Passing Parameters

Remote command can send dynamic parameters in the following way;

increment([{name:'x', value:10}, {name:'y', value:20}]);

This way offers the possibility to specify multiple values on a single parameter name. Parameters with single values like above are available the same way as the old way:

@ManagedProperty("#{param.x}")
private int x;
@ManagedProperty("#{param.y}")
private int y;

(note: you can use Integer in Mojarra, but not in MyFaces, this is further completely unrelated to <p:remoteCommand>)

or in method of a broader scoped bean:

Map<String,String> params = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getExternalContext().getRequestParameterMap();
int x =Integer.valueOf(params.get("x"));
int y =Integer.valueOf(params.get("y"));

If you need to specify a parameter with multiple values, then you could do it as follows:

functionName([{name:'foo', value:'one'},{name:'foo', value:'two'},{name:'foo', value:'three'}]);`

with in a request scoped bean:

@ManagedProperty("#{paramValues.foo}")
private String[] foos;

or in method of a broader scoped bean:

Map<String,String[]> paramValues = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getExternalContext().getRequestParameterValuesMap();
String[] foos = paramValues.get("foo");

 

Callback Parameters

You can add as many callback parameters as you want with addCallbackParam API.

Each parameter is serialized as JSON and accessible through args parameter so pojos are also supported just like primitive values. Following example sends a pojo called User that has properties like firstname and lastname to the client in addition to isValid boolean value.
public void validate() {
//isValid = calculate isValid
RequestContext requestContext = RequestContext.getCurrentInstance();
requestContext.addCallbackParam(“isValid”, true or false);
requestContext.addCallbackParam(“user”, user);
}
<script type=”text/javascript”>
function handleComplete(xhr, status, args) {
var firstname = args.user.firstname;
var lastname = args.user.lastname;
}
</script>
By default validationFailed callback parameter is added implicitly if validation fails.

 

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