op=vindex&search=0x E81444E9CE1F695D) and can be checked using GPG: A text progress bar is typically used to display the progress of a long running operation, providing a visual cue that processing is underway.
The Progress Bar class manages the current progress, and the format of the line is given by a number of widgets.
In short – it is all you need to show very informative long-running process progress.
Richfaces has few other ways to build your own progress Bean – it is a4j:poll and a4j:push components.
I'm pretty new to JSF so I need someone who can help me. Some pieces of code: This is the progress bar in the view: is only invoked when loading the page (so it is always 0), not during the processing every 2 seconds.
That way we are not crazy about memory issues, since as long the long computation process will be ended the memory will be released (the reference to the object will be only in the initiator – the conversation scoped bean) So, the solution may look like that.However, I cannot even get the official example work.Please find below the source codes I am using, it is from the client example of the Rich Faces official site: The link is here: Bar.jsf?rich:progress Bean actually utilize “pooling” approach, in most cases it’s quite enough to periodically update progress/results for the user, so actually there is no much sense to write your own approach using a4j:poll.a4j:push maybe quite good alternative to rich:progress Bar since it use much less traffic and doesn’t update JSF tree (so it’s potentially a better alternative).