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Thymeleaf th unless
try this way : <td th:unless="${contentType.art_in_nisantasi_id == selectedContent.art_in_nisantasi_id}"></td> this td element will be produced or created in dom when both are not equal

Categories : HTML

Thymeleaf Validation
Problem is following line <span class="error" th:if="${#fields.hasErrors('email')}" th:errors="email"></span> it has to be th:errors="*{email}" same as this line in your code bellow <span class="error" th:if="${#fields.hasErrors('jobtitle')}" th:errors="*{jobtitle}"></span>

Categories : Java

Thymeleaf and sessions
Thymeleaf is a template engine or optionally (although most often) used as a view layer in Spring MVC. As a template engine, it doesn't have anything to do with session. Its job is just to process EL and spit out markup. Spring MVC on the other hand, will allow session bean scope, and can give you access to and modification of the session. See http://static.springsource.org/spring/docs/3.2.x/spring-framework-reference/html/mvc.html Also see: Spring MVC: HTTP session management "equivalent" Spring "session" scope of a bean

Categories : Java

Set variable in Thymeleaf dialect
When defining a new processor that will extend your AbstractMarkupSubstitutionElementProcessor, override the processElement method : @Override protected ProcessorResult processElement(Arguments arguments, Element element) { final Map<String,Object> localVariables = new HashMap<String,Object>(); ... return ProcessorResult.setLocalVariablesAndProcessTextNodes(localVariables, true); } I am not sure that the processElement will be called in your case but if it is, that should give you access to the hashmap strings in the template.

Categories : Java

Thymeleaf composite components
You can do something like this: But you will have to write all menu container attributes to every page you use it. I dont really like this way, but I think it should works :p Template: <div th:frament="menu"> <a th:text="${menuItem1}"></a> <a th:text="${menuItem2}"></a> <a th:text="${menuItem3}"></a> </div> Page: <div class="menu"> <div th:include="template :: menu" th:remove="tag" th:with="menuItem1=item1, menuItem2:item2, menuItem3:item3" /> <more markup/> </div>

Categories : Java

Thymeleaf - boolean operators
Boolean operators work just like that. You use 'or', 'and' instead of the normal java nomenclature. You can also shorten your ifs. You can try this: <tr th:if="${violation.remainingDebt != 0 or violation.validity}"> You need to nest them up in the same curly brackets, independently if they are isolated considering the logical 'or' operation being tested. Be wary though! This will only show you the tr and it's child elements if the if passes as true.

Categories : HTML

Where can I get good explanations of all thymeleaf out of the box processors?
The current JavaDoc is indeed lacking in completeness. I find myself in the same situation where I am constantly searching for which abstract processor is the best to use, even though the names of the processors are pretty straight forward. Currently the only way to exactly know what a processor does and how to use them is to open the source code.

Categories : Java

In thymeleaf using link to pass a hidden value
It will not work due to the fact that the tag sends get requests only. The sid parameter is a hidden input and will be transmitted only as part of a form post. http://www.w3schools.com/tags/ref_httpmethods.asp

Categories : Scala

Is it possible to generate HTML(5) with Thymeleaf and response with Jax-RS?
You can integrate almost any template engine with JAX-RS, see the links. http://bufferings.hatenablog.com/entry/2013/01/03/051649 http://d.hatena.ne.jp/backpaper0/20121231/1356964206

Categories : HTML

thymeleaf page have 2 objects got an error
Try this one.. here the value of select is pass to controller <form action="#" th:action="@{/saveStudenttest.html}" > <table class="table" align="center"> <tr> <th>Student</th> <th>Test Name</th> <th>Correct</th> <th>Wrong</th> <th>Not-Attended</th> <th>Assign Grade</th> <!-- <th>Max-Mark</th> --> </tr> <tr th:each=" tr : ${testResult}"> <td th:text="${tr.student.name}">NiL</td> <td th:text="${tr.test.testName}" >NiL</td> <td th:text="${tr.correct}"&

Categories : Jquery

Thymeleaf string substitution and escaping
You can do this using i18n ? something like: resource.properties: string.pattern=my name is {0} {1} thymeleaf view: <label th:text="#{__${#string.pattern('john', 'doe')}__}"></label> The result should be: my name is john doe Im not sure this is a good way. But I hope it could help you

Categories : Java

Thymeleaf page if condition checking possible?
Using Thymeleaf the if use like this <div th:if="${s.questionPattern ==q.questionPattern.questionPattern }"> there is no need for the # symbol.

Categories : HTML

Empty form when submitting with SpringMVC and Thymeleaf
You should use the following syntax : <tr th:each="myObj, rowStat : *{data}"> and then set the input fields using : th:field="*{data[__${rowStat}.index}__].myField}" That will bind your MyForm with the input data. More examples can be found here Thymeleaf and forms

Categories : Java

Spring MVC + Thymeleaf: Updates to static resources
One solution could be to write your own dialect and define an own helper sr. Then you can write @{#sr(yoururl)}. You find information about writing your own dialect. "As for creating your own utility object, that can be done by creating a simple dialect that implements the IExpressionEnhancingDialect interface. That will make Thymeleaf add any objects returned by your implementation of the getAdditionalExpressionObjects() method to the processing context." In the dialect you could define the buildnr hard coded. Another approach is to add the buildnr always to the model, then you can write @{yoururl(buildnr=${buildnr})}. Or better you put it into the message source and can use @{yoururl(buildnr=#{buildnr})}.

Categories : Java

Spring + Thymeleaf - how to implement pagination for a list
I think your solution is acceptable, another solution is described in http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2013/03/implement-bootstrap-pagination-with-spring-data-and-thymeleaf.html

Categories : Spring

Can I render Thymeleaf templates manually from a String?
Thymeleaf is "Java template engine for XML, XHTML and HTML5." as defined in Wikipedia, problems may occure with Strings. So you can compress templates and save the tar in database BLOB. I found a OpenSource XML database, certainly useful for your project.

Categories : Java

Using variables/expressions in comments (in Thymeleaf template)
You need to add the atribute th:text="inline" in one of the ancestor as you can see in the documentation In your example, your comment is out of the html root element. You can do this: </html> <span th:text="inline"> <!-- page [[${pageCode}]] was generated at [[${#dates.format(currentDate, ‘dd/MMM/yyyy HH:mm’)}]] --> </span> Hope it can help

Categories : Java

Scala collections support for SpringEL/Thymeleaf
You could remove @BeanProperty, and add a getter for Interoperability: case class User(emails: List[String]) { def getEmails = JavaConversions.asJavaIterable(emails) } Far more elegant is to use a Scala EL resolver Update As for the resolver: Somewhere in Thymeleaf/SpringEL, an expression parser resolves properties of beans: So in your example: ${user.emails[0]} it possibly uses reflection to see if there is a getter method getEmails in the user object. This is the place where you could add the same code as in the linked Scala EL resolver: If the getter returns a Scala collection, wrap it in a Java iterable (or convert it to an array) before.

Categories : Scala

Send datas from html to controller in Thymeleaf?
You can find an example in http://www.thymeleaf.org/doc/html/Thymeleaf-Spring3.html#creating-a-form. As the tutorial suggests, you need to use th:object, th:action and th:field to create a form in Thymeleaf. It looks like this: Controller: @RequestMapping(value = "/showForm", method=RequestMethod.GET) public String showForm(Model model) { Foo foo = new Foo(); foo.setBar("bar"); model.addAttribute("foo", foo); ... } @RequestMapping(value = "/processForm", method=RequestMethod.POST) public String processForm(@ModelAttribute(value="foo") Foo foo) { ... } html: <form action="#" th:action="@{/processForm}" th:object="${foo}" method="post"> <input type="text" th:field="*{bar}" /> <input type="submit" /> </form> Foo.java: public class Foo { priv

Categories : Spring

UTF8MB4 character encoding for Spring MVC and Thymeleaf application
Answered in this forum by Zemi. http://forum.thymeleaf.org/UTF8MB4-character-encoding-not-working-td4026185.html#a4026187 utf8mb4 is just MySQL setting so I had to use UTF-8 in my application settings. And I also needed URIEncoding="UTF-8" in my server.xml file. <Connector connectionTimeout="20000" port="8983" protocol="HTTP/1.1" redirectPort="8443" URIEncoding="UTF-8"/>

Categories : Spring

Getting Tiles' put-list-attribute to work with a Thymeleaf template
Tiles attributes are not by default available in the request scope. They live in their own tiles scope. In jsps, to expose a tiles attribute from its scope to the request scope do the following: <%@ taglib prefix="tilesx" uri="http://tiles.apache.org/tags-tiles-extras" %> <tilesx:useAttribute id="jsFilesList" name="jsFilesList"/>

Categories : Misc

Configuring Spring + Security +Tiles + Thymeleaf using JavaConfig
You haven't set a url mapping for your Servlet. // Dispatcher servlet ServletRegistration.Dynamic dispatcher = servletContext.addServlet("dispatcher", new DispatcherServlet(rootContext)); dispatcher.setLoadOnStartup(1); dispatcher.setAsyncSupported(true); // add this dispatcher.addMapping("/"); // or whatever you want/need

Categories : Spring

Display Spring MVC model attributes in thymeleaf template
You can use the th:text attribute, e.g. <html ... xmlns:th="http://www.thymeleaf.org"> ... <title th:text="${appName}">mocking text</title> ... </html> The content of the tag ("mocking text" in this case) gets replaced by the result of the expression in the th:text attribute. Of course you need to have the appropriate JAR files on CLASSPATH and have the Thymeleaf view resolver properly configured, as described in the Thymeleaf+Spring guide. For additional information about how template processing works with Thymeleaf in general you can refer to the Thymeleaf guide.

Categories : Spring

how the values transfer between thymeleaf and spring controller, viceversa
consist you have conrtoller method like void method-name(Owner owner){ } When the submit button is clicked the values is automatically set to domain class ,befor that create a new method and set modal attribute of object model.addAttribute("owner",new Owner);

Categories : HTML

Thymeleaf templated tables break when dandelion dataTablesDialect is present
This is a bug which will fixed in Dandelion-Datatables 0.9.0. Meanwhile, there are 2 solutions: indeed, don't use the DatatablesDialect at all :-/ or use the DatatablesDialect in all tables displayed on the same page

Categories : Spring

Thymeleaf object created from extednd broadleaf processor is made null when using th:each and is accesible only ouside th:each
It appears as if you are not properly closing the conditionals on your ternary functions. Add a } after the null and before the ? on each line. Here is an example ternary from the docs for reference 'User is of type ' + (${user.isAdmin()} ? 'Administrator' : (${user.type} ?: 'Unknown'))

Categories : Spring

Error resolving template with Thymeleaf from test execution environment using Spring 3.2 Test Framework
One solution is having all the views under "/src/main/resources/views" and using the org.thymeleaf.templateresolver.ClassLoaderTemplateResolver This way you don't have any dependency (rather than using the "FileTemplateResolver") on the system and also you do not need having any duplicated spring configuration files for the test execution context. Still it's a bit weird for me having the views in there but... Why not? Any comment/suggestion over having the views under resource folders?

Categories : Misc



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