[Infusion-users] Hi (newbie here)

Antranig Basman antranig.basman at colorado.edu
Tue Jan 26 19:11:36 UTC 2010

Hi there Evandro - welcome to the community. The easiest way to produce 
a tool with RSF and Infusion together is to use your RSF application to 
produce JSON-formatted data feeds together with a fairly static HTML 
file representing a template for the Infusion components - rather than 
relying too much on RSF's ability to render markup and handle HTML 1 
form submissions. Unfortunately we are in the process of migrating the 
RSF wiki into a new home so it is mostly not visible today, but 
hopefully it will be fixed up by the end of the week. In the meantime, 
some of the relevant pages are still visible inside Google's cache -

Hopefully these are visible to you - if not, google for "RSF DataView" 
and they should be head of the list.

Hopefully this is helpful to you, let us know about any further queries.


On 26/01/2010 08:48, Evandro Pires Alves wrote:
> Hi everyone
> I'm a newbie using Infusion and I found very difficult to do a Sakai
> tool with RSF and Infusion... In particularly I quit trying to figure
> out how to apply a pager to a dynamic RSF generated table... I googled,
> searched the wiki, read the documentation/API and so on...
> Right now I'm doing the pager using my own AJAX implementation, because
> I was expecting Infusion to simplify my work but it didn't.
> My point with this is: is there a good tutorial on using Infusion with
> RSF? Where? If not I'm willing to help build one If I was able to do
> that task... which I can't.
> Any comments? Please... :)
> Thank you
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