The idea is brilliant. I could use it too.

Regards

Morten Matras
CEO: http://LeadDoubler.com

2012/4/3 Chut Yee <yeechut@gmail.com>
Hi guys,

I like to make a proposal - for making the rendered page an additional scope
where we can store objects. The objects can be serialized into an encrypted
block in a hidden textbox. On postback the encrypted block will be deserialized
and bind back to the original variables.

We can add an annotation for this:

@PageScope
private Customer customer;

I get my idea from VIEWSTATE mechanism of ASP.NET. This is basically the only
thing I missed about ASP.NET.

Currently I have been using a fair bit of <stripes:hidden> for achieving the
effect. It is simply too sloppy.

What do you guys think?

Cheers,
Chut


7th years into stripes and counting...


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