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Table 9-3. ( continued )
Focus The <rich:focus> component allows one to manipulate the focus of components on a page. It
is intended to be used with any input field.
HashParam The <rich:hashParam> component allows client-side parameters to be grouped into a
hash map. The hash map can then be passed to the client JavaScript API functions of any
RichFaces component.
HotKey The <rich:hotKey> component allows one to register hot keys for the page or particular
elements and to define client-side processing functions for these keys.
InplaceInput The <rich:inplaceInput> component allows information to be entered inline in blocks of text,
improving readability of the text.
InplaceSelect The <rich:inplaceSelect> component is similar to the <rich:inplaceInput> component,
except that the <rich:inplaceSelect> component uses a drop-down selection box to enter text
instead of a regular text field.
InputNumberSlider The <rich:inputNumberSlider> component provides a slider for changing numerical values.
InputNumberSpinner The <rich:inputNumberSpinner> component is a single-line input field with buttons to
increase and decrease a numerical value. The value can be changed using the corresponding
directional keys on a keyboard, or by typing into the field.
The <rich:jQuery> component applies styles and custom behavior to both JSF objects and
regular DOM (Document Object Model) objects. It uses the jQuery JavaScript framework to
add functionality to web applications.
The <rich:list> component renders a list of items. The list can be a numerically ordered list,
an unordered bullet-point list, or a data definition list. The component uses a data model for
managing the list items, which can be updated dynamically.
The <rich:message> component renders a single FacesMessage message instance added
for the component. The appearance of the message can be customized, and tool-tips can be
used for further information about the message.
The <rich:messages> component works similarly to the <rich:message> component but
can display all the validation messages added for the current view instead of just a single
The <rich:notify> component serves for advanced user interaction, using notification boxes
to give the user instant feedback on what's happening within the application. Each time this
component is rendered, a floating notification box is displayed in the selected corner of the
browser screen.
The <rich:notifyMessage> component is built on top of <rich:notify>; the difference is in
usage. The <rich:notifyMessage> component displays FacesMessages associated with a given
component, similar to <rich:message>: one notification is displayed for first FacesMessage
in the stack that arises either programmatically or during conversion/validation of the
component. The severity of the message determines the color and icon of the resulting
The <rich:notifyMessages> component is the same as the <rich:notifyMessage> component,
but each of the available messages generates one notification. <rich:notifyMessages> shares
the same set of attributes with <rich:notifyMessage>.
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