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Joerg Schaefer
using the tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in portlets
3 de noviembre de 2008 1:47
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Joerg Schaefer

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Hi,
i want to use the nice tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in my own portlet.
I've tried it, but i get JavaScript-Errors (invalid object initializer).
Is it possible to use the tag in own portlets?
What are the steps i have to do?

In my test i put the both taglibs in my jsp header

<%@ taglib uri="http://liferay.com/tld/theme" prefix="liferay-theme" %>
<%@ taglib uri="http://liferay.com/tld/ui" prefix="liferay-ui" %>

and then i used the tag (for example <liferay-ui:ratings-score score="3.2" />)

I have found out, that the JavaScript for this tag is in portal.js.
I don't know, if my own portlets can access the portal.js.

I hope anyone has an idea.

Thanks

Jörg
saumil nitin baxi
RE: using the tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in portlets
2 de abril de 2009 4:27
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saumil nitin baxi

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Joerg Schaefer:
Hi,
i want to use the nice tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in my own portlet.
I've tried it, but i get JavaScript-Errors (invalid object initializer).
Is it possible to use the tag in own portlets?
What are the steps i have to do?

In my test i put the both taglibs in my jsp header

<%@ taglib uri="http://liferay.com/tld/theme" prefix="liferay-theme" %>
<%@ taglib uri="http://liferay.com/tld/ui" prefix="liferay-ui" %>

and then i used the tag (for example <liferay-ui:ratings-score score="3.2" />)

I have found out, that the JavaScript for this tag is in portal.js.
I don't know, if my own portlets can access the portal.js.

I hope anyone has an idea.

Thanks

Jörg


Yes you can do it in your own portlet. Make sure you have everything_packed.js in your page. Is your theme classic or your home made theme? turn into classic if it is not and try again ..
Bruno Farache
RE: using the tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in portlets
2 de abril de 2009 6:05
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Bruno Farache

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Joerg, your auto-reply tool has been spamming this forum and unfortunately we don't automatically detect these type of messages, I had to delete them manually and ban you temporarily.

Please, let me know when you are back or turn this off so I can unban you. You can leave me a message in my wall:
http://www.liferay.com/web/bfarache

Have a nice vacation emoticon
Mazhar Alam
RE: using the tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in portlets
26 de diciembre de 2012 22:55
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Mazhar Alam

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Hi You can use this code instead-
String className = Cause.class.getName();
long classPK = cause.getCauseId();
ratingsStats = RatingsStatsLocalServiceUtil.getStats(className, classPK);
avgScore = ratingsStats.getAverageScore();

and then print here-
<liferay-ui:ratings-score
score ="<%=avgScore %>" />
HTH
pawan chauhan
RE: using the tag <liferay-ui:ratings-score/> in portlets
9 de enero de 2013 3:07
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pawan chauhan

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Hi Mazhar,

I have used your code and ity works very smoothly emoticon..
But now i am doing an inter-portlet thing..
My two portlets work on the same class (say Announcement)...
Is there any one i can link them.

Please Advise,
Regards,
Pawan Chauhan.