Tag widget

Facelet tag handler that renders a widget in a given mode.

When rendered, some variables are exposed to the resolution context:

Any additional property set on the tag and that is not explicitely in the list of handled attributes is added to the widget properties, overriding properties that already set in the widget definition.

<nxl:widget widget="#{widget}" value="#{myObject}" /> or <nxl:widget name="widgetName" category="" mode="#{myMode}" value="#{myObject}" />

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widgetfalsefalseorg.nuxeo.ecm.platform.forms.layout.api.WidgetThe widget instance. This instance is often exposed by the layout system inside of a layout template, but any widget instance created by third-party code can be used as long as its type is registered on the pluggable layout system. Attributes 'name' and 'definition' are another alternative to build a widget when the instance is not already created and available: this attribute is required when alternatives are not filled.
namefalsefalsejava.lang.StringName of the widget as registered on the pluggable layout system. Required if the attributes 'widget' and 'definition' are not filled. Available since 5.6.
categorytruefalsejava.lang.StringCategory of the widget (optional). Available since 5.6, and used in conjunction with the 'name' attribute.
definitionfalsefalseorg.nuxeo.ecm.platform.forms.layout.api.WidgetDefinitionWidget definition as it would be retrieved from the layout store service. This attribute is required if none of the 'widget' or 'name' attributes are filled: it makes it possible to render a widget generated dynamically. Available since 5.6.
modefalsefalsejava.lang.StringThe widget mode. Required if attributes 'name' or 'definition' are used so that the widget instance can be generated for given mode. Available since 5.6.
layoutNamefalsefalsejava.lang.StringThe layout name. Optional, and only used if attributes 'name' or 'definition' are used so that the layout name can be set on generated widget instance. Available since 5.6.
valuefalsefalsejava.lang.StringThe value on which widget will apply. If the widget holds field definitions, they will be resolved based on this value. For instance, if value is a document and the widget references the dc:title field, standard widgets will apply on the given document property.
resolveOnlyfalsefalsejava.lang.BooleanBoolean stating that the widget to render should be resolved and exposed in the context, but not displayed. Useful to generate the widget instance without rendering it right away. Available since 5.7.

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