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Eric, 
Thanks for the reply.  I will get back to this tutorial now and see if I
can get it to work.  
Just curious though if you have been through another tutorial on
Developer works called 'Creating Web-based User Interfaces'  it simply
has a user and password and the user is supposed to show up on both
pages.  I can't get the user to show on the second page.  It as if the
managed bean isn't working properly.  Let me know if you have done this
and gotten it to work.  

Michael Smith
iSeries.mySeries.


-----Original Message-----
From: Eric.Matthews@xxxxxxx [mailto:Eric.Matthews@xxxxxxx] 
Sent: Monday, August 16, 2004 5:11 PM
To: Websphere Development Studio Client for iSeries
Subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] JSF Faces tutorial problem


Michael,

The Page Data view doesn't appear to be active by default on the Web 
perspective.  To access it while in the web view, select Window-->Show 
View-->Other.  Then, under the Web category, select Page Data.  That
should add the view to one of your windows (it added it to the palette 
area on the right side for me).  You can then drag the view to wherever 
you'd like or just use it from there.

Now I'm just crossing my fingers that the rest of the tutorial works as 
expected in 5.1.2!

Eric





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I am using WDSC 5.1.2  I am trying to go through a tutorial from the
DeveloperWorks Site entitled. Developing JSF Applications using
Websphere Studio v5.1.1 Part 2. 
Link:
http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/techjournal/0402_barcia/
0402_barcia.html

Between Figure 17 and 18 are instructions for using the PAGE DATA VIEW 
And then 
Now that we have created our first JSF form, we need to bind the
controls to page data. The Page Data view allows the Web developer to
create scripting variables for any of the allowable JSP scope levels. 
                 With accessStock.jsp still open, go to the Page Data
view 
on the
middle left side of the workbench. Select JSP scripting, right-click on
requestScope, then select Add Request Scope Variable (Figure 18). 


I cannot find this within WDSC.  Does anyone know if there is a way to
get to this or another way to accomplish the same thing. 

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks

Michael Smith
iSeries.mySeries.

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