Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Beans that you could access from your dashlet in alfresco

If you're developing a custom dashlet or any jsf page for any purpose in alfresco, you could use the beans listed in (alfresco\WEB-INF\faces-config-beans.xml).

Here's the list :
  • MultilingualManageDialog (The bean for the Delete Category screen)
  • ManagePermissionsDialog (The bean for the Manage Permissions)
  • MakeMultilingualDialog (The bean that make a document multilingual)
  • EditMLContainerDialog (The bean that edit the multilinguals properties of a document)
  • AddTranslationWithoutContentDialog (The bean that add a new translation without content)
  • AddTranslationDialog (The bean that add a translation with a content)
  • LoginBean (The bean that backs up the Login screen)
  • NavigationBean (The bean that holds navigation state)
  • BrowseBean (The bean that holds folder browse state)
  • AboutBean (Bean that provides information for the About page)
  • DialogManager (Bean that manages the dialog framework)
  • WizardManager (Bean that manages the wizard framework)
  • CreateSpaceDialog (The bean that backs up the Create Space Dialog)
  • CreateSpaceWizard (The bean that backs up the Create Space Wizard)
  • DeleteSpaceDialog (The bean that backs up the Delete Space Dialog)
  • ClipboardBean (The bean that manages a users Clipboard state)
  • RecentSpacesBean (The bean that manages the state for the Recent Spaces Shelf component)
  • UserShortcutsBean (The bean that manages the state for the User Shortcuts Shelf component)
  • SearchProperties (The bean that holds a state for the Advanced Search screen)
  • AdvancedSearchDialog (The bean that holds a state for the Advanced Search screen)
  • UsersBeanProperties (The bean that holds state for the Users screen)
  • UsersDialog (The bean that holds state for the User Management screens)
  • GroupsDialog (The bean that holds state for the Groups Management screens)
  • CategoriesProperties (The bean that holds state for the Category Management screens)
  • CategoriesDialog (The bean that holds state for the Category Management screens)
  • EditSpaceDialog (The bean that backs up the Edit Space Dialog)
  • AddContentDialog (The bean that backs up the Add Content Dialog)
  • CreateContentWizard (The bean that backs up the Create Content Wizard)
  • EditContentWizard (The bean that backs up the Edit Content Wizard)
  • ViewContentPropertiesDialog (The bean that backs up the View Content Properties Dialog)
  • SetContentPropertiesDialog (The bean that backs up the Set Content Properties Dialog)
  • ..........
  • WorkflowBean
  • and a lot more....

I can't believe that the list is so long that it even make me think to create a small program to load the xml file and parse it just to get this list :)
Anyway, bottom line is these beans might help you, knowing that they're exist already a help.

1 comment:

Juan Pablo B said...

Hi,
I have an applet that scan an image and i want to send to process it with the AddContentDialog bean.
Do you know how that could be done?