Details

    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Open Open
    • Priority: Minor Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: 1.1
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: Paging/Sorting
    • Labels:
      None
    • Application server:
      Websphere/RAD 6

      Description

      Regarding the use of DisplayTag 1.1, I noticed that Fabrizio posted on the codehaus site the following note:

      fabrizio giustina [31/Dec/05 08:21 AM]
      The DefaultComparator used in displaytag 1.1 is configured with a low strength so it will ignore case and accents by default (only if objects are already Strings).

      We have recently updated to Displaytag version 1.1 (we used to use version 1.0) and have found this not to be the case. Is there perhaps a new property that I should be adding in order for a column sort to be case insensitive ?

      Any assistance you could provide would be greatly appreciated.

      Sincerely,
      Barry Gerdsen

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        Brian Brooks added a comment -
        What is the status of this defect? We're using display tag in our project and can't locate documentation on how to accomplish case-insensitive sorting.
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        Brian Brooks added a comment - What is the status of this defect? We're using display tag in our project and can't locate documentation on how to accomplish case-insensitive sorting.
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        Michael Osipov added a comment -
        This but is rather invalid. Declare a case-insensitive decorator and that's it!
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        Michael Osipov added a comment - This but is rather invalid. Declare a case-insensitive decorator and that's it!
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        Brian Brooks added a comment -
        Michael, thanks for providing a clear response. The issue we faced is that the documentation doesn't mention case-insensitive sorting. Searching through the forums and defects for info on case-insensitive sorting results in confusion. This scenario is so common, an entry in the FAQ or tutorial that states "Declare a case-insensitive decorator " would be an improvement, a sample would be even better.
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        Brian Brooks added a comment - Michael, thanks for providing a clear response. The issue we faced is that the documentation doesn't mention case-insensitive sorting. Searching through the forums and defects for info on case-insensitive sorting results in confusion. This scenario is so common, an entry in the FAQ or tutorial that states "Declare a case-insensitive decorator " would be an improvement, a sample would be even better.

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          • Reporter:
            Barry Gerdsen
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