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The Common Controls are managed by the Framework, so that the developer does not have to write any code for creating and handling them. In addition, a number of controls are available, that automatically support features like checkboxes, radio buttons and buttons, which are not supported by the HTML level.
What’s New:
New Controls and Features:
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List Control:
The List Control is available as a control, which allows the developer to define the most simple lists on the client side. On the server side, the server-side control works with a list of models, for which the contents are represented as HTML markup. The result is then sent back to the client, which renders the page and displays the resulting list.
Tree Control:
The Tree control allows the developer to define simple tree structures with branching and collapsing. The user can select a node to expand or collapse. On the server side, the tree control is managed by a Tree model, that is initially populated with the model representing the leafs of the tree. Whenever the user selects a node, the model is updated with the parent and the data of the selected node. The resulting model is then sent back to the client side, where the browser displays the tree structure.
Menu Control:
The Menu control provides a control for creating dynamic menus with link texts and clickable menu items. The control manages the resulting list of controls on the server side. The resulting list is then sent back to the client side, where the HTML elements are rendered with the respective link texts and styles for rendering.
Pagination Control:
The pagination control supports the definition of paged lists, for which the contents are presented in pages. The resulting model is managed by the pagination control, which automatically supports the creation of paged lists from a list of models. Whenever the user selects a page, the model representing the list is updated with the number of elements per page.
Form Control:
The form control contains input fields and optionally buttons, which have to be specified by the developer. When the form is submitted, the resulting form model is sent back to the server. The server validates the submitted data and stores it in the database, if necessary.
Date and Time Control:
The date and time control contains a calendar and a time picker, which are automatically managed by the framework. When the user changes the value of the time, the model representing the resulting control is sent back to the server. The server automatically synchronizes the

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Key-macro languages are languages, e.g. XPath or XQuery, which can be used to make information content retrievable or searchable from an XML file. The Key-Macro form control uses Key-Macros, e.g. with XPath, for input, so that any information in the web page can be located and made searchable, or simply retrieved.
MultiTabPanel Description:
The MultiTabPanel control is a component that can show a predefined layout, which may contain multiple JPanel, JScrollPane or JSplitPane controls. It is designed for presentation structures that contain a lot of tabs, which can be grouped and arranged in a hierarchical way.
Support for ListData, TreeData, TabFolderData, StringData and NumberData
Added support for ListsData, TreesData, TabFolderData, StringData and NumberData
WebWork in Windows7 mode works for a short time if you press the browser back button while there is no internet connection
ActionHelp Description:
ActionHelp is a small help dialog component that is placed in front of a JMenuBar. It is typically used to display a help text and a link to a web page with more information about the action currently displayed.
JEditorPane Description:
JEditorPane is a text component that renders the current document from a JTextArea, JTextPane or JEditorPane. The JEditorPane supports two mode, edit and display. In edit mode it enables the user to change the document in a similar way as if he were editing with a text editor. In display mode the document is shown with the current cursor position and the text is not editable. The JEditorPane is one of the best text components available, as it supports undo, redo, cut, copy, paste, etc.
JHTML Editor Description:
JHTML Editor is a text component that enables the user to edit HTML documents directly from a JTextArea. The component generates the appropriate HTML code when the document is closed or changed. It can also be used for creating static HTML documents.
Popup for ListSelectionModel Description:
Popup for ListSelectionModel is a small dialog component that displays a list of selected elements from a JList. It displays a title, list of selected elements and the current selected element. The components supports selection, deselection and double selection.
ControlsJListView, ControlsJ

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Controls and Features
Presentation Framework control elements are integrated into the Java Servlet, JSP, and Struts technologies and are designed to provide an efficient and easy to use presentation solution for Java Web applications. The controls are based on a generic control model, that is, the developers use a common set of interfaces, thus, the users can seamlessly switch between controls provided by different vendors.
The controls do not change the underlying presentation technologies. The developers can use the existing servlet, JSP, and Struts technologies to develop Web applications.
The Control Framework is based on a generic control model. This means that developers can seamlessly switch between the built-in controls of different vendors. This also means that the controls integrate into all current and future Java Web application technologies.
The control elements are based on the basic Java Servlet technology and consist of a set of Java classes that are part of the Servlet API.
The Control Framework is composed of a set of Java classes that are part of the Servlet API.
The controls are presented in a Java Web application environment using Java Servlets and JSP files.
The controls provide some advanced features such as text widgets, checkboxes, radio buttons, command buttons, menus, and menus with list, tree, and tab folders.
Control Elements:
The present version of the Control Framework provides the following control elements:
List Control:
The List control ( class) is used for creating lists of data. For example, a list with movies or albums or topics of a discussion forum.
Menu Control:
The Menu control ( class) enables a developer to create menus for displaying different items.
Tree Control:
The Tree control ( class) is used for creating tree structures. The tree structure can contain a list of items.
TabFolder Control:
The TabFolder control ( class) creates tab folders, so that the user can move from one item to the next by clicking on the appropriate tabs.
The TabFolder control supports the tab folder model, the node model, the field-view model and the field-row model.
Some other elements are available:
Text Area:
The Text Area control ( class) creates text widgets and editors, so that the user can enter and edit text.
Toggle Box:
The Toggle Box control ( class) provides a check box that can be togg

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The Common Controls Framework is a Java Portlet technology for developing J2EE server side Web applications.
The Common Controls Framework is a Java Portlet technology for developing J2EE server side Web applications.

The Common Controls Framework is an implementation of the Model-View-Controller architecture. The framework provides a set of business controls in terms of Java Server Pages (JSP), Java Servlets and Struts.

The Common Controls Framework is based on Java Servlets and Java Server Pages. The control elements can be used as a pluggable server-side Web-application component. The server components themselves are written in Java using the Java API. This makes it easier for Java programmers to create components that are usable across all server applications.

The controls as Servlets
The controls as Servlets are Java Servlets with the most common control elements. The Servlets can be used as a pluggable server-side Web-application component. The framework provides a model, view and controller. The user is allowed to plug-in his own components and implement the user’s own control elements. The framework can work together with the server-side Application Development Framework 3 (ADF3) of Oracle Corporation.

The following example is a Java Servlet with the following implementation.


System Requirements:

Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 11.0, 11.1
Minimum system requirements for Mac OS X 10.8.4, 10.9.1, 10.10.4, 11.0.5
Minimum system requirements for Mac OS X 10.11.6
ATI Radeon HD2600 or higher
NVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 or higher
Intel HD4000 or higher

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