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Subject:   A question about writing ur Own RequestProcessor and Using Tiles
Date:   2004-12-16 19:10:33
From:   SunilPatil
Response to: A question about writing ur Own RequestProcessor and Using Tiles

Yes you can write your own Request processor for Tiles application by extending your Request processor class from Tiles request processor class


Sunil

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  • A question about writing ur Own RequestProcessor and Using Tiles
    2005-07-22 16:09:39  hassan_reyes [View]

    Yes i'm exrtend the Tiles Request Processor but when i try to Process the Roles using the overwritted method from RequestProcessor it is never call for the Tiles Request Processor. Is there another way? Does the Tiles Req. Proc. has its own way to process the Roles?

    Tks.
  • A question about writing ur Own RequestProcessor and Using Tiles
    2005-07-19 11:08:07  hassan_reyes [View]

    Hi,
    What about to overwrite the processRoles method using the role attribute in a definition, does Tiles do it as the normal RequestProcessor? or how does it works?

    Tks.