Blog Posts - Pitfalls



How to Avoid Money Saving Pitfalls in the New Year

Once all of the presents are bought and wrapped and the Christmas period is over, it’s time to look to the new year. The festive period can really make a dent in your finances, and depending on how ambitious your new year resolutions are, it’s go...
by Money Saving Girl on Dec 18, 2016

The Endless Road

  The road is suddenly dusty My throat feels the effects It’s getting harder to breath On this uphill trek   I see somebody waiting Far up ahead Yet the road I’m on Never seems to have an end   … Continue reading →...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Jul 23, 2016

Amsterdam & Eindhoven ~ What, Where, Why & How!

A couple of weeks ago I told you about the pitfalls of booking a European City Break using our trip to Amsterdam as an example, catch up HERE if you missed it. This week I wanted to let you know how we got on and if it’s worth your time and money b...
by CherrySue Doin' the Do on Mar 10, 2016

You Joined a MLM or an E-Commerce company and Your failing

February 27, 2016 Wow, this is not working out well before I signed; I was told this was the primary way of generating an extra few dollars. With this outstanding opportunity, it met all of my... This blog has a lot of information regarding social...
by JFBMarketing at APSense on Feb 28, 2016

The Pitfalls of Booking Bargain European Trips & How to Avoid Them!

Cherry Sue kindly bought me a ticket to join her and my two nephews for a 4 day break in the Netherlands’ Capital, Amsterdam. I haven’t been away with the lads in a long time so I’m really looking forward to catching up, even if they make me fe...
by CherrySue Doin' the Do on Feb 16, 2016

Combining @ListenerFor with SystemEventListener

Conforming to documentation, "if the class to which @ListenerFor annotation is attached implements SystemEventListener and does not implement ComponentSystemEventListener, "target" is the Application instance". Based on this affirmation, it is possib...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 23, 2016

Use a JSF built-in converter to preserve data type

Let's suppose that we have a <h:selectManyListbox> used in the classical way:<h:form>           <h:selectManyListbox value="#{playerBean.selectedRanks}">     ...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 19, 2016

Misunderstanding the JSF lifecycle phases with the listen events types

A mistake is to not associate/interpret correctly the JSF lifecycle phases with the listen events types; you have to know which events takes place in which JSF phase. Per example, the below component registers itself as a listener for the PreValidate...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 18, 2016

JSF 2.2 [usage pitfall] - Dependency injection wasn't done when the flow is in the bean constructor

The @PostConstruct annotation is used on a method that needs to be executed after dependency injection is done to perform any initialization. This rule is sometimes "omitted" by novices who need to perform initialization stuff bas...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 15, 2016

JSF 2.2 [usage pitfall] - Prevent unintuitive behavior of nested tag files

Consider the following custom tag structure:<my:tag id="foo" name="fooName"> The id, <strong>#{id}</strong>, belongs to, <strong>#{name}</strong> <my:tag>  The id, <strong>#{id}</strong>,...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 13, 2016

JSF 2.2 [pitfall] - Prevent unintuitive behavior of nested tag files

Consider the following custom tag structure:<my:tag id="foo" name="fooName"> The id, <strong>#{id}</strong>, belongs to, <strong>#{name}</strong> <my:tag>  The id, <strong>#{id}</strong>,...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 13, 2016

JSF 2.2 [usage pitfall] - Counting the children of a composite component

Suppose that you have a composite component that accepts children via the <cc:insertChildren/>tag. Sometimes you may need to render a certain message when the list of children is empty, and for this you may think of writing a composite componen...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 5, 2016

JSF 2.2 [pitfall] - Counting the children of a composite component

Suppose that you have a composite component that accepts children via the <cc:insertChildren/>tag. Sometimes you may need to render a certain message when the list of children is empty, and for this you may think of writing a composite componen...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Jan 5, 2016

JSF 2.2 [usage pitfall] - Exemplifying <c:if/> versus <ui:fragment/>

JSF novices use to confuse the JSF tag handlers with JSF component handlers. Basically, tag handlers will not reach the component tree and, as a consequence of this aspect, will not produce any markup (HTML markup). More details about tag handlers ar...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Dec 30, 2015

JSF 2.2 [pitfall] - Exemplifying <c:if/> versus <ui:fragment/>

JSF novices use to confuse the JSF tag handlers with JSF component handlers. Basically, tag handlers will not reach the component tree and, as a consequence of this aspect, will not produce any markup (HTML markup). More details about tag handlers ar...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Dec 30, 2015

JSF 2.2 [usage pitfall] - the view scoped beans and the stateless feature

In a stateless environment, the view scoped beans act as request scoped beans. Besides the fact that you can't create/manipulate views dynamically, this is one of the big disadvantages that comes with the stateless feature, because it will affect AJA...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Dec 29, 2015

JSF 2.2 [pitfall] - the view scoped beans and the stateless feature

In a stateless environment, the view scoped beans act as request scoped beans. Besides the fact that you can't create/manipulate views dynamically, this is one of the big disadvantages that comes with the stateless feature, because it will affect AJA...
by JSF & OmniFaces Fans on Dec 29, 2015

Built for a Reverse Mortgage?

Built for a Reverse Mortgage? Are you Built for a Reverse Mortgage? You may have a senior parent who finds their monthly social security check is no longer enough to make ends meet.  Your parent may need an additional source of income just to keep u...
by The Things Women Want on Nov 11, 2015

Choosing the Right Paint Color for your Home

Choosing the right color to paint the interior or exterior of you house can often seem impossible, with so many colors, shades and brands on offer, picking the best fit for your home will be very important in both the long and short term. There are s...
by Priority One Coatings Blog on Jun 22, 2015

Knowing is Way More Than ½ The Battle With AP Automation

You might remember from previous posts that I am the guy that has the exciting life of writing books about Accounts Payable […]...
by AP Automation News on Jun 22, 2015


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