Programmatically disclosing a ShowDetailItem in a <af:panelTabbed>

In this post I'm sharing an example illustrating the programmatic disclosure of <af:showDetailItem> which is added inside a <af:panelTabbed>. Please note that while programmatically disclosing a showDetailItem, it's your responsibility to set the 'Disclosed' to false for the previously displayed item. To illustrate this, take a look at the following code snippet:

RichPanelTabbed richPanelTabbed = getPanelTabbed();
for (UIComponent child : richPanelTabbed.getChildren()) {
    RichShowDetailItem sdi = (RichShowDetailItem)child;
    sdi.setDisclosed(isThisItemToBeDisclosed(sdi));
}

Updated on 05 August 2013: See the code snippet in the following post if you application uses customization  http://www.jobinesh.com/2013/08/revisiting-topic-programmatically.html

You can download the sample workspace from here.
[Runs with Oracle JDeveloper 11g R1 PS2]

How to run this sample?

Run the test.jspx. This page displays drop down list displaying the tab names and a button close to it for disclosing  the selected tab programatically.

Comments

  1. I have below structure in my page
    af:paneltab
    af:iterator->employeeVOIterator
    af:showdetailitem

    On click of add button, a new emp record is inserted and corresponding tab is reflected on page but not able to disclose this new tab among others.

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    1. Hi Sai.. am also facing this issue. Were you able to resolve.


      Thanks

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  2. Is this possible ?
    Tab 1 is now invisible, but now there is contextual event fired for it. Could it receive the event and response properly ?

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