Dynamic View Panel Customizer Bean

package com.yourconame.desc;

import java.util.Map;

import javax.faces.component.UIComponent;
import javax.faces.context.FacesContext;

import com.ibm.xsp.extlib.builder.ControlBuilder.IControl;
import com.ibm.xsp.extlib.component.dynamicview.DominoDynamicColumnBuilder.DominoViewCustomizer;
import com.ibm.xsp.extlib.component.dynamicview.UIDynamicViewPanel.DynamicColumn;
import com.ibm.xsp.extlib.component.dynamicview.ViewDesign.ColumnDef;

public class MyCustomizerBean extends DominoViewCustomizer{

	public void afterCreateColumn(FacesContext context, int index,
			ColumnDef colDef, IControl column) {
			//Get a map of the session variables to read the view session scope variable
			Map svals = context.getExternalContext().getSessionMap();
			//Create a variable for the current component
			UIComponent columnComponent = column.getComponent();
			//Create a reference to the column and set the links to open in read mode
			DynamicColumn dynamicColumn = (DynamicColumn) columnComponent;
			//To have every view open the selected documents in read mode add the following
			 * If all you need to do is have the views open in read mode instead of
			 * edit mode then the above code is all you need.
			 * If you want to customize the view columns the the follow code can be
			 * used as an example.			

			//Set column properties for specific views.
			//Where VIEWNAME is the view name stored in a session scope variable
			if (svals.containsValue("VIEWNAME") & colDef.isLink()) {
				//set the checkbox property to true for this view
			if (svals.containsValue("VIEWNAME")) {
				//Hide the address column in this view


		super.afterCreateColumn(context, index, colDef, column);

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