Hi Shobhit: You should use a @OneToMany relation with the mappedBy property. @ElementCollection works with basic properties, while @OneToMany can map entities (that is what you want). In ReceiptNew try this code for representing the invoices collection @ListProperties("invoices.financialYear, invoices.number, invoices.date, invoices.totalAmount, dueAmount, tds, discount, payingAmount, remainingAmount") @OneToMany(mappedBy="receiptNew", cascade=CascadeType.REMOVE) private Collection<ReceiptInvoice>...
Saludos: Te aseguro que vas a gastar más en horas/hombres de programación, integración, seguridad, mantenimiento y caza de errores que si compras la licencia de XavaPro. Suerte, Federico
Saludos: No entiendo bien. OpenXava maneja menues, mientras XavaPro maneja menues, permisos y usuarios. ¿Has hecho un menu en jsp? Puedes llamar modulos usando las url en formato: http:// (request.getContextPath)/m/(nombre_modulo). Luego nos explicas que caracteristicas tiene ese menu que entiendas es importante y que no tienes en OpenXava. Espero te sea útil, Federico
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Hi Alex Can you post a working project with that case?
Hi Amarish, Glad you did it. but the UI is distorted That is what you will have to deal with most of the time. You might encounter CSS issues, initialization issues and rendering issues. Fine tuning those issues is time consuming. Please share your findings here as they might be included in future versions as long as they don't break the platform. Good luck! Federico
Hi Amarish, OpenXava produces portlets in compliance to JSR-186 and JSR-286, which are the Java Portlet specification version 1 and 2 respectively. That said, each portlet implementation (JetSpeed, Liferay, Pluto, Websphere, ...) may still exhibit incompatibilities with fully compliant portlets instances. OpenXava has support for Liferay up to version 6.2. With other portals you have to deal with the issues. BTW, Have you seen or test XavaPro, it might suit your needs since is weigthless (fully integrated...