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Just call the hide() and show() methods from p:commandLink.

p:commandLink value="open-close" onclick="dlg1.hide();dlg2.show();" />

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If you are using PrimeFaces, you can take advantage of PrimeFaces.monitorDownload and <p:fileDownload>. It is documented here.

action
actionListener
org.primefaces.model.StreamedContent
value
<p:fileDownload>

To prepare that StreamedContent, if your createPdf(studenToList) method returns a file, it would be as easy as following:

String mime = "application/pdf";
String name = "your-file-name.pdf";
File file = createPdf(studenToList);
StreamedContent stream = new DefaultStreamedContent(file, mime, name);
onclick
commandButton
onclick="PrimeFaces.monitorDownload(startFaDwn, stopFaDwn);"

Finally, you have to provide your own implementation of startFaDown and stopFaDown. This is mine:

<script type="text/javascript">
    function startFaDwn() {
        PF('FADownloadDlg').show();
    }

    function stopFaDwn() {
        PF('FADownloadDlg').hide();
    }
</script>

As you can see, both functions open and hide a dialog as you want. You can name these functions as you want, and obviously it can do what you want, not only open/close dialog.

onComplete
ajax="false"

I use in Stream content only support inputStream so I useStreamedContent stream = new DefaultStreamedContent(getInpustream(file), mime, name) that dialog hide but download file not working, I remove ajax dialog box not hide and file not download

In File i set File file=new File("path of file stored"); and also I use InputStream stream = ((ServletContext)FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getExternalContext().getContext()).getResourceAsStream("path of file stored"); both are not working

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This is the easiest to implement in a generic manner. If you happen to use <f:ajax> exclusively, you could use the jsf.ajax.addOnEvent() to perform the job in a generic manner. An alternative JavaScript approach is to create kind of an "Loading" overlay which blocks the UI so that the enduser won't be able to interact with the underlying page anymore. This is basically an absolutely positioned hidden <div> which spans the entire viewport with some opacity (transparency). You could show it on submit and hide it on render. The keyword for this technique is "modal dialog". UI-oriented JSF component libraries have at least such a component already in their assortiment. E.g. PrimeFaces with a <p:dialog modal="true"> inside a <p:ajaxStatus>, or the <p:blockUI>

The only disadvantage is that it won't work if the client has JS disabled or don't use it and it thus won't prevent HTTP clients from double submits.

This is more known as "synchronizer token pattern" and has ever been requested for JSF by spec issue 559 which is currently on the ticket targeted for 2.2, but there doesn't seem to be any activity on it. The detection and blocking part is technically easy to implement, but the synchronous response handling part is not easy to implement if you want that the enduser ultimately retrieves the response as generated by the initial request. The asynchronous response handling is easy: just don't specify any components to update, i.e. empty the collection as returned by PartialViewContext#getRenderIds(). After all, this is more robust than using JS to disable the buttons or block the UI.

As far as I know, Seam 2 was the only who offered a reuseable JSF component for this, the <s:token>. I must however admit that this is an interesting idea for a new OmniFaces component. Maybe I will personally take a look at it.

This is not easy to implement generically, this would require a change in all action methods to check if the job is already done. It also won't work if the webapp runs on multiple servers. A synchronizer token is easier as it would be performed before the action methods are invoked. A synchronizer token is also less expensive as you don't end up with multiple requests in the queue which would only cost threads/resources.

This problem cannot be solved by playing around with managed bean scopes. Managed bean scopes serve a different purpose: the lifetime of the bean instance.

Thank you for a very informative answer. Do you have additional suggestions I did not think of myself?

You're welcome. No, there are not really other ways than using JS to disable/block user interaction, or using the synchronizer token pattern.

FWIW, I've looked at it for OmniFaces and it was easy to get it work on synchronous requests, but it failed on ajax requests. See also comment 3 of code.google.com/p/omnifaces/issues/detail?id=76

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Finally i use javascript function :

function completed() { PF('eventDialog').hide(); PF('schedule').update(); }

and call with oncomplete.

If not working is because i need to place my script into my template juste before to close body i don't know why it doesn't work in other xhtml but now working.

THanks a lot to all.

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Basically the code should work by removing type="button" in the Register commandButton, in order to use an ajax request. the method #{register.Register} was not even called. Also remove the visible="true" in both dialogs

Just as a side note, in order to execute the backing method, JSF executes the validations rules, so you will see the confirmD dialog appear only when all the data in the form fulfill such validations

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  • p.dialog (as yours): dialog visibility is managed by using show() and hide() methods of the client side api.
public void selectResultFromDialog(Object result) {
    RequestContext.getCurrentInstance().closeDialog(result);
}

This will close the dialog and return the selected object to parent page.

  • Why my dialog closing correctly? rc.execute("PF('myDialog').hide();") closed the dialog which actually hide it.

I can't use Dialog Framework... is this only solution so?

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Just call the hide() and show() methods from p:commandLink.

p:commandLink value="open-close" onclick="dlg1.hide();dlg2.show();" />

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enter code here
<p:column id="newwhc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Search Fields"></h:outputLabel>
                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd180" id="newwdd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.whereClause}">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.whrClausDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcoc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Conditions"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu id="newco" styleClass="fdd95"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.operator}">
                            <f:selectItems id="newcriOperatorItms"
                                value="#{flxSearch.operatorDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcic">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Value"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpNm"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required}"
                            styleClass="285 ftb" deferChangeEvent="true"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">
                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpM"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">

                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd" id="newbldd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.boolValue }">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.booleanDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtNm" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" showOn="button"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}">
                        </p:calendar>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtM" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            enableChangeDetector="false" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}" showOn="button">
                        </p:calendar>

                    </p:column>
                </p:dataTable>
                  <p:fieldset legend="Combined By">
                    <h:panelGrid columns="2" cellpadding="10">
                        <p:selectOneRadio id="newSlctDrk"
                            valueChangeListener="#{lookupSearch.getSelectedLogOpr}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.selLogOpr}"
                            title="Combine all search criteria with AND or OR">
                            <f:selectItems id="newSlctDrkItms"
                                value="#{lookupSearch.logicalOperators}" />
                        </p:selectOneRadio>
                    </h:panelGrid>
                </p:fieldset>
                <h:panelGrid columns="3">
                    <p:commandButton value="Find" id="lkpfndDg" update="resultFldSet"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.search}">
                    </p:commandButton>
                    <p:commandButton value="Clear" id="lkpClearDg"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.clear}" />
                </h:panelGrid>
                <p:fieldset legend="Result" id="resultFldSet">
                        <p:dataTable binding="#{lookupSearch.lkpResultDataTable}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.searchResultsForPage}"></p:dataTable>
                </p:fieldset>
                <p:commandButton value="Select" id="lkpSltRec" update="customerCode,customerCode1,selectedCity1,selectedSate1"
                    oncomplete="lpDialogVar.hide();insertSelectedValue();"
                    actionListener="#{lookupSearch.selectValue}" />
            </h:panelGrid>
        <!-- </h:form>-->
    </p:dialog>

</h:panelGrid>
</h:form>

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enter code here
<p:column id="newwhc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Search Fields"></h:outputLabel>
                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd180" id="newwdd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.whereClause}">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.whrClausDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcoc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Conditions"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu id="newco" styleClass="fdd95"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.operator}">
                            <f:selectItems id="newcriOperatorItms"
                                value="#{flxSearch.operatorDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcic">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Value"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpNm"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required}"
                            styleClass="285 ftb" deferChangeEvent="true"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">
                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpM"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">

                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd" id="newbldd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.boolValue }">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.booleanDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtNm" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" showOn="button"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}">
                        </p:calendar>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtM" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            enableChangeDetector="false" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}" showOn="button">
                        </p:calendar>

                    </p:column>
                </p:dataTable>
                  <p:fieldset legend="Combined By">
                    <h:panelGrid columns="2" cellpadding="10">
                        <p:selectOneRadio id="newSlctDrk"
                            valueChangeListener="#{lookupSearch.getSelectedLogOpr}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.selLogOpr}"
                            title="Combine all search criteria with AND or OR">
                            <f:selectItems id="newSlctDrkItms"
                                value="#{lookupSearch.logicalOperators}" />
                        </p:selectOneRadio>
                    </h:panelGrid>
                </p:fieldset>
                <h:panelGrid columns="3">
                    <p:commandButton value="Find" id="lkpfndDg" update="resultFldSet"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.search}">
                    </p:commandButton>
                    <p:commandButton value="Clear" id="lkpClearDg"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.clear}" />
                </h:panelGrid>
                <p:fieldset legend="Result" id="resultFldSet">
                        <p:dataTable binding="#{lookupSearch.lkpResultDataTable}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.searchResultsForPage}"></p:dataTable>
                </p:fieldset>
                <p:commandButton value="Select" id="lkpSltRec" update="customerCode,customerCode1,selectedCity1,selectedSate1"
                    oncomplete="lpDialogVar.hide();insertSelectedValue();"
                    actionListener="#{lookupSearch.selectValue}" />
            </h:panelGrid>
        <!-- </h:form>-->
    </p:dialog>

</h:panelGrid>
</h:form>

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Non-Global mode is almost same as the dialog component used with a simple client side api, show() and hide(). Reference Primefaces USER GUIDE 5.3 Page 121.

<p:commandButton value="Consultar" onclick="PF('consultar').show()"></p:commandButton>
        <p:confirmDialog id="consultar"
            message="Foi feito a venda de recarga para esse cliente?"
            header="Confirmao" severity="alert" widgetVar="consultar">
            <p:commandButton id="confirmaBtn" value="Sim"
                oncomplete="PF('consultar').hide()"
                action="#{notaFiscalBean.consultarNota}">
                <f:setPropertyActionListener target="#{notaFiscalBean.temRecarga}"
                    value="1" />
            </p:commandButton>
            <p:commandButton id="recusaBtn" value="No"
                oncomplete="PF('consultar').hide()"
                action="#{notaFiscalBean.consultarNota}">
                <f:setPropertyActionListener target="#{notaFiscalBean.temRecarga}"
                    value="0" />
            </p:commandButton>
        </p:confirmDialog>

Tested with JSF 2.2.4 , Primefaces 5.3

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Finally, i have got the solution . The exception i have encountered is because of the form tag . The ajax event fired from the dialog is not able to find the component outside the form . So i have enclosed the page with the form tag.here is the code snippet.

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Basically the code should work by removing type="button" in the Register commandButton, in order to use an ajax request. the method #{register.Register} was not even called. Also remove the visible="true" in both dialogs

Just as a side note, in order to execute the backing method, JSF executes the validations rules, so you will see the confirmD dialog appear only when all the data in the form fulfill such validations

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Finally, i have got the solution . The exception i have encountered is because of the form tag . The ajax event fired from the dialog is not able to find the component outside the form . So i have enclosed the page with the form tag.here is the code snippet.

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What is the version of primefaces?

if is the version 5.0 try with :

<p:confirmDialog header="Bid" severity="alert" widgetVar="dlg" showEffect="bounce" hideEffect="explode" global="true">
                        <p:commandButton value="Yes" actionListener="#{bidsBean.acceptBid}" oncomplete="PF('dlg').hide()" icon="ui-icon-check" ajax="true"/>
                        <p:commandButton value="No" onclick="PF('dlg').hide();" type="button" icon="ui-icon-close"/></p:confirmDialog>

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enter code here
<p:column id="newwhc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Search Fields"></h:outputLabel>
                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd180" id="newwdd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.whereClause}">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.whrClausDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcoc">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Conditions"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:selectOneMenu id="newco" styleClass="fdd95"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.operator}">
                            <f:selectItems id="newcriOperatorItms"
                                value="#{flxSearch.operatorDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>
                    </p:column>

                    <p:column id="newcic">
                        <f:facet name="header">
                            <h:outputLabel value="Value"></h:outputLabel>

                        </f:facet>
                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpNm"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required}"
                            styleClass="285 ftb" deferChangeEvent="true"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">
                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:inputText id="newcriInpM"
                            rendered="#{!flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            maxlength="#{flxSearch.maxLength}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}">

                        </p:inputText>

                        <p:selectOneMenu styleClass="fdd" id="newbldd"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.boolValue }">
                            <f:selectItems value="#{flxSearch.booleanDropdown}" />
                        </p:selectOneMenu>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtNm" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and !flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}" showOn="button"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}">
                        </p:calendar>

                        <p:calendar id="newcriDtM" size="9"
                            rendered="#{flxSearch.inputDate and !flxSearch.boolValue and flxSearch.required }"
                            disabled="#{flxSearch.disableInput}"
                            value="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.value}"
                            enableChangeDetector="false" partialSubmit="true"
                            labelValue="#{flxSearch.searchCriterion.label}"
                            required="#{flxSearch.required}" showOn="button">
                        </p:calendar>

                    </p:column>
                </p:dataTable>
                  <p:fieldset legend="Combined By">
                    <h:panelGrid columns="2" cellpadding="10">
                        <p:selectOneRadio id="newSlctDrk"
                            valueChangeListener="#{lookupSearch.getSelectedLogOpr}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.selLogOpr}"
                            title="Combine all search criteria with AND or OR">
                            <f:selectItems id="newSlctDrkItms"
                                value="#{lookupSearch.logicalOperators}" />
                        </p:selectOneRadio>
                    </h:panelGrid>
                </p:fieldset>
                <h:panelGrid columns="3">
                    <p:commandButton value="Find" id="lkpfndDg" update="resultFldSet"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.search}">
                    </p:commandButton>
                    <p:commandButton value="Clear" id="lkpClearDg"
                        actionListener="#{lookupSearch.clear}" />
                </h:panelGrid>
                <p:fieldset legend="Result" id="resultFldSet">
                        <p:dataTable binding="#{lookupSearch.lkpResultDataTable}"
                            value="#{lookupSearch.searchResultsForPage}"></p:dataTable>
                </p:fieldset>
                <p:commandButton value="Select" id="lkpSltRec" update="customerCode,customerCode1,selectedCity1,selectedSate1"
                    oncomplete="lpDialogVar.hide();insertSelectedValue();"
                    actionListener="#{lookupSearch.selectValue}" />
            </h:panelGrid>
        <!-- </h:form>-->
    </p:dialog>

</h:panelGrid>
</h:form>

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This is the easiest to implement in a generic manner. If you happen to use <f:ajax> exclusively, you could use the jsf.ajax.addOnEvent() to perform the job in a generic manner. An alternative JavaScript approach is to create kind of an "Loading" overlay which blocks the UI so that the enduser won't be able to interact with the underlying page anymore. This is basically an absolutely positioned hidden <div> which spans the entire viewport with some opacity (transparency). You could show it on submit and hide it on render. The keyword for this technique is "modal dialog". UI-oriented JSF component libraries have at least such a component already in their assortiment. E.g. PrimeFaces with a <p:dialog modal="true"> inside a <p:ajaxStatus>, or the <p:blockUI>

The only disadvantage is that it won't work if the client has JS disabled or don't use it and it thus won't prevent HTTP clients from double submits.

This is more known as "synchronizer token pattern" and has ever been requested for JSF by spec issue 559 which is currently on the ticket targeted for 2.2, but there doesn't seem to be any activity on it. The detection and blocking part is technically easy to implement, but the synchronous response handling part is not easy to implement if you want that the enduser ultimately retrieves the response as generated by the initial request. The asynchronous response handling is easy: just don't specify any components to update, i.e. empty the collection as returned by PartialViewContext#getRenderIds(). After all, this is more robust than using JS to disable the buttons or block the UI.

As far as I know, Seam 2 was the only who offered a reuseable JSF component for this, the <s:token>. I must however admit that this is an interesting idea for a new OmniFaces component. Maybe I will personally take a look at it.

This is not easy to implement generically, this would require a change in all action methods to check if the job is already done. It also won't work if the webapp runs on multiple servers. A synchronizer token is easier as it would be performed before the action methods are invoked. A synchronizer token is also less expensive as you don't end up with multiple requests in the queue which would only cost threads/resources.

This problem cannot be solved by playing around with managed bean scopes. Managed bean scopes serve a different purpose: the lifetime of the bean instance.

Thank you for a very informative answer. Do you have additional suggestions I did not think of myself?

You're welcome. No, there are not really other ways than using JS to disable/block user interaction, or using the synchronizer token pattern.

FWIW, I've looked at it for OmniFaces and it was easy to get it work on synchronous requests, but it failed on ajax requests. See also comment 3 of code.google.com/p/omnifaces/issues/detail?id=76

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Finally, i have got the solution . The exception i have encountered is because of the form tag . The ajax event fired from the dialog is not able to find the component outside the form . So i have enclosed the page with the form tag.here is the code snippet.

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