Requirement – Re ordering of UI component using java code. Seems to be little tricky.

Solutions – Well , yes you can achieve that.For example, you are working on UI design in which you need to display two table inside panelGroupLayout.

PanelGroupLayout
Table 1
Table 2

Now you want on some condition , it should be like

PanelGroupLayout
Table 2
Table 1

public void yourCustomMethod() {

        FacesContext facesContext = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
        UIViewRoot root = facesContext.getViewRoot();
        RichTable table1 = (RichTable)root.findComponent("table1");
        RichTable table2 = (RichTable)root.findComponent("table2");
        
        RichPanelGroupLayout pgl1 = (RichPanelGroupLayout)root.findComponent("pgl1");

        MoveChildComponentChange change = new MoveChildComponentChange(table2,pgl1,table1);
        change.changeComponent(pgl1);
        
        AdfFacesContext.getCurrentInstance().addPartialTarget(pgl1);
        
    }

For more understanding read this – http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E15051_01/apirefs.1111/e10684/oracle/adf/view/rich/change/MoveChildComponentChange.html

Author – Ankit Gupta

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