The workflow is, when the managed bean gets the notification that the server-side data has been changed, the is invoked and the data model is updated.
Figure 2 shows that this framework builds a bridge between the database and the "Bean parts." Any application wanting to monitor data changes on the server side or receive events from the server side can use this framework as a template.
This means that even though dynamic elements can be created and added to a Web page during the run time, the Web page will not be refreshed automatically without interaction from the user.
So, how do you automatically update a Web page with dynamic elements?
This sub-process is invoked by the method is used to reorganize the inventory to ensure that books have been assigned to the right categories.
Therefore, after updating the data model, you can guarantee that any category without books has been removed and any new category has been added.
The poll results and the real-time trading data are dynamic elements that are unknown until run time, but elements that should be added or updated when the server side sends a signal. A previous developer Works article, "Craft Ajax applications using JSF with CSS and Java Script, Part 2: Dynamic JSF forms" explains how to hide and display optional JSF components without refreshing a Web page.
However, you can't use the method described in that article to solve this problem.Within this article, I'll describe the following solutions: To better explain my solution, I'll work with a single example throughout the entire article.The application is a Web site for online book sales.There may be certain circumstances when you want to disable the Auto Save feature, such as when adding confidential or sensitive information to a map.You can disable the Auto Save feature temporarily while making changes to a map file or permanently for a particular Web page.Because actions such as adding or removing a book in the inventory leads the server-side data to change, you must monitor these actions.