How to call the show method of Popup from backing bean?

Hi!
I wanted to display the results of a search form in a dialog that is placed in popup.
That is The content of the popup will be rendered from the backing bean, dynamically .
And so when the form is filled and the submit button is clicked, the form fields have to be submitted to the server, and the results are to be displayed in the dialog,after the PPR response has arrived, and not at the time of calling the PPR.
Could you explain How this can be achieved?
Samba

Samba,
The fix for the popup in a template is to give the template an id say "template" and reference the popup in the JavaScript as "template:popupId", where popupId is the value of the af:popup's id attribute.
Regarding DWR, Joe really did a nice job with this framework. I have to say he got my attention. The one issue though is that JavaScript is an absolute must when using DWR and other frameworks that have a heavy JavaScript tilt. Dealing with JS can be a bit of a hassle due to x-browser idionsyncrascies as well as slow exection of JS. That said I believe Joe has one of the best JS solutions around.
On the flip side of this ADF Faces is trying to do something a bit different. Firstly, we want to avoid JS. The user should handle as little as JS as possible. In addition,
ADF Faces has the benefit of a server-side component framework we want to leverage this to make sure there is a limited amount of JS execution on the client.
So if you want to work with JS, DWR is a good solution. If you want to work with, Java, standards, and a great tooling environement ADF Faces is a better choice.
Finally, "Reverse AJAX" is a marketing term for "Push". You probably have also heard the term Comet. There are some varations on the protocols used but all-in- all. We are talking about one thing, the ability for the server to "Push" information to the client. Luckily, we provide this ability in a feature called active data channels. You will see this feature in the next preview. By setting an attribute value in a pageDef trees, tables, and BAM components can recieve data from the server via "Push".
Thanks,
Ric

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