A map with all behaviors that were defined for this widget. The key is the name of the behavior, the value is the callback function that is invoked when the behavior is called.
Overlays for the connections (arrows, labels, etc.)
List of initial connections to be established between nodes.
Whether connections can be severed by the user.
Constrains dragging to within the bounds of the specified element or region.
Connector (straight lines, bezier curves, etc.) to use by default.
A list of endpoints (ports) of all diagram nodes.
ID of the form to use for AJAX requests.
Paint style to use when hovering.
The client-side ID of the widget, with all parent naming containers, such as
myForm:myWidget. This is also the ID of the container HTML element for this widget. In case the widget needs
multiple container elements (such as Paginator), this may also be an array if IDs.
Maximum number of allowed connections (per node).
Paint style to use when not hovering.
An optional callback that is invoked
after this widget was created successfully, at the end of the init method. This is
usually specified via the
widgetPostConstruct attribute on the JSF component. Note that this is also called
refresh (AJAX update).
An optional callback that is invoked after
this widget was refreshed after an AJAX update, at the end of the refresh method.
This is usually specified via the
widgetPostRefresh attribute on the JSF component.
An optional callback that is invoked before
this widget is about to be destroyed, e.g. when the component was removed at the end of an AJAX update. This is
called at the beginning of the destroy method. This is usually specified via the
widgetPreDestroy attribute on the JSF component.
The name of the widget variables of this widget. The widget variable can be used to
access a widget instance by calling
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