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Here is a list of supported library properties that ZK recognizes.

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System Scope

If you define a library property as a system property within the configuration file of your web server, though the system property affects the whole system, not just one web application.

Application Scope

To define a library property, you can configure it in WEB-INF/zk.xml[1]. For example,

Single value

<library-property>
	<name>org.zkoss.zul.Button.mold</name>
	<value>trendy</value>
</library-property>

Multiple values

<library-property>
	<name>org.zkoss.bind.proxy.IgnoredProxyClasses</name>
	<appendable>true</appendable>
	<list>
		<value>java.util.Date</value>
		<value>java.sql.Date</value>
		<value>java.sql.Timestamp</value>
		<value>java.math.BigDecimal</value>
		<value>java.math.BigInteger</value>
	</list>
</library-property>

Custom Attributes

You also can configure some properties with <custom-attributes> in a zul. Notice that not all properties support this, please check each property's page.

Page scope

Put it out of any component

<custom-attributes org.zkoss.zul.listbox.rod="false"/>

<listbox id="box1">
</listbox>

<listbox id="box2">
</listbox>

Component Scope

Put it under a specific component:


<listbox>
    <custom-attributes org.zkoss.zul.listbox.rod="false"/>
    ...
</listbox>



Subsections:



  1. For more information, please refer to the library-property element.



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