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s:token doesn't accept data- attributes, cssClass ignored

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I am creating an ajax call for a method which is protected by the TokenSessionStoreInterceptor. This means I need to pass the token onto the request.

I was expecting the s:token tag to accept data-foo="bar" attributes (they'd be passed along to the corresponding hidden elements), but this is not happening (I'd use this so I could retrieve the inputs with a
simple jquery select .find(":input[data-scope='save'], which retrieves me all the needed inputs as long as I mark them with that data-scope ).

My 2nd attempt was also unsuccessful - while doesn't break rendering, the class is not passed onto the hidden input elements.

Is there a reason for this? While in the case of data-foo this seems to be a missing feature, in the case of cssClass it's also misleading - you can set the property, but it doesn't have any consequence.

posted Oct 2, 2013 by Seema Siddique

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The problem is that, it base on AbstractUITag and inherits all those commons attributes, but token.ftl doesn't use them at all - I now, it's misleading.

You can try define your own /template/simple/token.ftl with additional parameters or feel free to register an issue.

answer Oct 3, 2013 by Kumar Mitrasen
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