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sâmbătă, 6 februarie 2016

[OmniFaces utilities (2.3)] Get the base name of the current view without extension

[OmniFaces utilities] The getViewName() returns the base name of the current view, without extension, or null if there is no view. E.g. if the view ID is /path/to/some.xhtml, then this will return some.

See also: Faces#getViewId()

import org.omnifaces.util.Faces;
String view = Faces.getViewName();


import org.omnifaces.util.FacesLocal;
String view = FacesLocal.getViewName(faces_context);

Output example:

// view ID: index.xhtml
// view name: index

// view ID: result.jsf
// view name: result

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