I just fixed the problem. Parameters: request - current portlet request paramPrefix - the parameter prefix to check for (e.g. "_target" for parameters like "_target1" or "_target2") currentPage - the current page, to be returned as June 05, 2012 9:04 am Anonymous said... Parameters:request - current portlet requestname - the name of the session attributevalue - the value of the session attributescope - session scope of this attribute getOrCreateSessionAttribute public static Object getOrCreateSessionAttribute(javax.portlet.PortletSessionsession, Stringname, http://rss4medics.com/cannot-be/portletrequest-cannot-be-resolved-to-a-type.php
Here are the steps: Go to properties of project with the build error (right click > Properties) View the "Libraries" tab in the "Build Path" section Find the "JRE System Library" We are currently putting everything in our httpsession (attributes). More... Thank you.
static int getTargetPage(PortletRequestrequest, StringparamPrefix, intcurrentPage) Return the target page specified in the request. For example, with a prefix of "spring_", "spring_param1" and "spring_param2" result in a Map with "param1" and "param2" as keys. Examples of the errors being reported: DescriptionResourcePathLocationType The type java.lang.Object cannot be resolved. Thanks, Gordon Doctor Who Posted: Wed, Jan 09, 2013, 01:51 PM Phuong, Has 0.6.0-beta9-SNAPSHOT been released yet?
Development Recent Posts Statistics RSS (Opens New Window) Answer (Unmark) Mark as an Answer Threads [ Previous | Next ] (resolved)"The import javax.portlet.RenderRequest cannot be resolved" Sam E July 15, 2010 Thanks a lot.It works for me..:) February 06, 2013 12:49 am nal said... Parameters:request - current portlet requestparamPrefix - the parameter prefix to check for (e.g. "_target" for parameters like "_target1" or "_target2")currentPage - the current page, to be returned as fallback if no It is indirectly referenced from required .class files2The type org.springframework.beans.BeansException cannot be resolved.
static void exposeRequestAttributes(PortletRequestrequest, Map<String,?>attributes) Expose the given Map as request attributes, Javax Portlet Portletcontext Cannot Be Resolved Not the answer you're looking for? Mark as an Answer RE: "The import javax.portlet.RenderRequest cannot be resolved" July 15, 2010 5:26 AM Answer Sam E Rank: Liferay Master Posts: 660 Join Date: March 2, 2009 Recent Posts http://www.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21288947 Prepends a slash if the path does not already start with a slash, and throws a FileNotFoundException if the path cannot be resolved to a resource (in contrast to PortletContext's
Error :[The type javax.portlet.PortletContext cannot be resolved. Other services: • Free browser-based SSH client • HTTP tunnel for POP3 and SMTP • and many more. the baby photos are upto date at least. Returns the session mutex attribute if available; usually, this means that the HttpSessionMutexListener needs to be defined in web.xml.
March 22, 2012 9:06 pm Anonymous said... get redirected here Why am I receiving this error? Javax.portlet Jar Download In many cases, the PortletSession reference itself is a safe mutex as well, since it will always be the same object reference for the same active logical session. Javax Portlet Renderresponse Jar Gordon Last Edited by Romain Dénarié View Public Profile All Posts by All Topics by on Fri, Feb 22, 2013, 04:04 PM Reason: Mark as resolved and change icon hoang281283 Posted:
This is the accepted answer. check over here December 08, 2011 9:28 pm Anonymous said... Returns null if there is no session or if the session has no such attribute in that scope. Thanks very much dude, The solution worked for me. Javax.portlet.portletrequest Jar
Thank You, the solution worked. someone has commented that it's occurring for them in 3.4 as well. Note that multiple cookies can have the same name but different paths or domains. his comment is here Parameters: request - current portlet request name - the name of the session attribute scope - session scope of this attribute Returns: the value of the session attribute, or null if
Thanks, it worked! Download again and reinstall the JRE/JDK may helps. staticObject getOrCreateSessionAttribute(javax.portlet.PortletSessionsession, Stringname, Classclazz, intscope) Get the specified session
static Object getSessionAttribute(PortletRequestrequest, Stringname) Check the given request for a session But the solution works. Then a HTTP request asking portal to render that page consists of five category-2 steps and several category-1 steps.Notice that the type of WebuiRequestContext.getCurrentInstance() depends on the category of step (at weblink I have the same problem with a wizard-generated "basic portlet".
Parameters:request - current portlet requestname - the name of the session attributescope - session scope of this attribute Returns:the value of the session attribute, or null if not found getRequiredSessionAttribute public