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If set to true, the view will use the native scrolling available in the current platform.This should help with form issues on some platforms (namely Android and WP8).Not only does it take up precious memory resources, but it takes quite a lot of time to load the objects from the database.Even a placeholder or memento requires data from the database which takes time and resources to iterate through,read and store.You can put the managed bean in the view scope using the as it will be stored in the view map which is in turn stored in the session.Some servletcontainer configurations will namely store sessions on disk instead of in memory. This release focuses on stabilizing Rich Faces 4.5.0. To try out this release: You can download the distribution directly, or for maven users, increment the Rich Faces version in your to 4.5.0. For more information on setting up a Rich Faces 4 application, refer to our getting started guide.
In short, server-side-state stores information held by the UI components (ie the "widgets") in the HTTP Session, while client-side state stores it in hidden fields in the page sent back to the user.
Let’s start by looking at where we are now with the features that come with Seam out of the box. It does this by taking the number of items in the source list and determining how many pages are needed to display the data.
The problem with this is that it requires that all objects in the source list be represented as an object, even if it is just a memento or placeholder for the real entity.
(Update : fixed some of the missing images) One common code pattern that we find ourselves writing time and again is the ability to display tables which are paginated and sortable.
Ideally, this is something we should try and be able to re-use throughout our application.