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    • Type: Feature Request Feature Request
    • Status: Open Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 5-Tracking
    • Component/s: component-input
    • Security Level: Public (Everyone can see)
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      Today, if I use JBoss 7 + RichFaces 4, I don't have any component I could use to simply add an input type file to a form, like t:inputFileUpload.

      See that thread on JBoss Community forums.

      The problem is that it seems to difficult to use both RichFaces & Tomahawk libraries at the same time.

      So could it be possible to add a rich:simpleFileUpload for example or an attribute in rich:fileUpload which we could use to make it simple.

      Actually, if I use <rich:fileUpload listHeight="1" maxFilesQuantity="1"> I must add a file with browse, then click on "Add" which is not really simple to understand (nor a web best practice) for users.

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        Karsten Wutzke
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        I totally agree with that one. Using Tomahawk works, but it has no support for AJAX (AFAIK). Having a simple component that doesn't require an additional library is much better. The current fileUpload component is insufficient when the available space on the UI is limited. Last but not least the text input and buttons don't automatically get the skin-dependent RF look.

        We really need this, even though JSF 2.2 is just around the corner.

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        Karsten Wutzke
        added a comment - - edited I totally agree with that one. Using Tomahawk works, but it has no support for AJAX (AFAIK). Having a simple component that doesn't require an additional library is much better. The current fileUpload component is insufficient when the available space on the UI is limited. Last but not least the text input and buttons don't automatically get the skin-dependent RF look. We really need this, even though JSF 2.2 is just around the corner.
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        Brian Leathem
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        This would be a great opportunity for a community contribution via the sandbox process.

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        Brian Leathem
        added a comment - This would be a great opportunity for a community contribution via the sandbox process.

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            Reporter:
            Anthony O.
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