[OpenAjaxGadgets] gadget edit mode question
weingram at tibco.com
Fri Apr 10 12:03:55 PDT 2009
For that matter, host/widget rendering is not specific to edit mode and
could be done for any mode. I think widget.xml needs to explicitly identify
the modes and explicitly state whether the host or the widget renders the UI
for each mode.
On 4/10/09 11:56 AM, "Howard Weingram" <weingram at tibco.com> wrote:
> How does a host know whether a widget is expecting the host to provide a
> generic property editor in place of a widget-rendered edit mode?
> It's easy to see whether the widget itself has an edit mode by looking for a
> widget content block (or maybe not).
> But if the widget does not provide an edit-mode content block, how does the
> host decide whether to render a property sheet? Maybe the widget has no
> editable properties, or maybe it wants an edit property sheet.
> Does the host look for the presence of at least one widget property that
> does NOT have any of the following attributes:
> * readonly
> * designonly
> * transient
> * subscribe
> * urlparams
> ... and maybe others in the future ...
> Can the widget not request (in a more straightforward manner) that the host
> provide such an important service?
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