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how to map ayahoo.menu url in a jmaki.container

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drapier
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All,

I'm new in using jmaki. So I try to link my menu into a dcontainer. but that doesn't seems to work,
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carlavmott
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Hi drapier,

Looks like yahoo.menu publishes to the /yahoo/menu/onClick topic that
is only part of the problem. Looks like the widget doesn't publish
the url. I'll ask the Yahoo widget model owner to take a look. I
tried this with the jmaki menu and it does work so we just need t
get the yahoo menu to handle the same thing.

Carla

azawawi
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Hi carla/drapier,

I will fix it tonight. I have not been aware of such a glue behavior while building yahoo.menu. yahoo.menu does currently publish onClick events but the format is definitely different than what jmaki.dcontainer expects. So that's why it is not working for you.

-Ahmad

azawawi
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Issue #11 logged in issue tracker:
https://widgets.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=11

status: started

azawawi
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Bug fixed and will be committed soon to svn. You can find the patch changes at
https://widgets.dev.java.net/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=11

Tell me if you need anything else,
- Ahmad

drapier
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Hey,

Thnx a lot for the quick solution.

Kind regards