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Featuring over 40 components including the industry-leading ace:dataTable, the ACE Components utilize a blend of server-side and client-based rendering techniques to provide a rich, responsive user-experience with reduced network and server-processing requirements. The ACE Components are authored using the ICEfaces Advanced Component Environment, which implements a consistent approach to component authoring, meta-data management, and automates common component development tasks and optimizations. The ACE Components are ideally suited to ICEfaces projects that are able to leverage the power of modern browsers to provide a richer, more dynamic and responsive user-interface. The ACE Components provide a higher degree of client-side rendering, behaviours, and Ajax transaction flexibility. This reduces both the number and size of render-cycles required for typical interactions, and provides a highly responsive user-interface.

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See the TLD taglib documentation for the ice:outputStyle component for details. If you wish to use a custom theme, simply specify an alternative location for the theme. The resource files for the theme styles can be found in the "resources" directory of the ICEfaces bundle. Controlling Focus with the ice:outputBody Component The ice:outputBody component provides a focus attribute which can be used to statically or dynamically set the client focus on a specific component.

Setting the focus attribute value to the id or the clientId of the component to give focus will move the client browser focus to that component in the page during the next render immediately following the setting of the focus attribute value. Using this mechanism avoids the need for component binding, and provides a straightforward means of setting application focus as required.

Note: The focus is only set on the client during the render directly following a value change on the focus attribute. Note: To set the initial focus on the page, the component to be focused must be rendered during the first render call.

This method is used to communicate a component focus request from the application to the client browser. In the following examples, the ice:inputText is bound to an HtmlInputText instance named westText in the application backing bean. Note: The component bindings must be visible to the valueChangeListener. ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.

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See the TLD taglib documentation for the ice:outputStyle component for details. If you wish to use a custom theme, simply specify an alternative location for the theme. The resource files for the theme styles can be found in the "resources" directory of the ICEfaces bundle. Controlling Focus with the ice:outputBody Component The ice:outputBody component provides a focus attribute which can be used to statically or dynamically set the client focus on a specific component.

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Render a single message for a specific component. If not present, keep the empty string as the value, respectively. Obtain the first FacesMessage to render from the component, using the "for" property of the UIMessage. This will be the only message we render.

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