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1) Enclose the ADF region inside the center facet of the panel stretch layout component.
2) For the region and panel stretch layout, set styleClass="AFStretchWidth"
Put the region inside the center facet of a panelStretchLayout.1 person found this helpful
(the region's JSFF page also need to use a top component that is stretchable such as panelStretchLayout).
i am using a page template in the jspx page which has the region. i have included page template as well within stretch layout. i have included a panel stretch layout as topmost element in template file as well. it does not stretch to full browser window.
are there any special considerations for panel form layout and when using page template to stretch the contents of page to full browser window when the page to be displayed has multiple page fragments included.
http://jdevadf.oracle.com/adf-richclient-demo/docs/tagdoc/af_panelStretchLayout.html1 person found this helpful
"If you try to put a component inside of this component and that child component does not support being stretched, then the component hierarchy is illegal. To make it legal, you need to insert another intermediate component between >this component and the child component. This intermediate component must support being stretched and must not stretch its children. An example of such a component that is commonly used for this purpose is <af:panelGroupLayout >layout="scroll">. By using a wrapper like this, you create a flowing layout area where nothing will be stretched inside of it. Examples of components that do not support being stretched inside of these panelStretchLayout facets (and >therefore need to be wrapped) include:
using a panelBorderLayout with default properties with a header fragment in its top facet and remaining fragments in two panel boxes included in panel border layout one of which had a panel Form layout and another a fragment solved the issue.