V3.2 progressBar does not start automatically when ajax=true

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12 Mar 2012, 21:51

In version 3.1 the below code worked fine.

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<p:progressBar widgetVar="pb" style="width:200px" value="#{examDeliveryAction.progress}"/> 
But in 3.2 final release, we need to explicitly start the progress bar (similar to show case example of ajax usage). Only then the progress is shown in the progressBar.

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<p:progressBar widgetVar="pb" ajax="true" style="width:200px" value="#{examDeliveryAction.progress}"/> 
and in JavaScript

 $(document).ready(function() {
I understand in v3.2 progressBar is rewritten as a native widget but it should mimic 3.1 behaviour without any explicit call to start it.
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04 Apr 2012, 11:25

I would also like to use the progressbar in this way. I am using the progressbar in my application to display some limitations like 2/10 uploadable files. So it is used to display a current status. Before the reimplementation of the progressbar, I could update the values by updating the component or the form. Now it seems that I haven't got the possibility anymore to use the progressbar in combination with a value from a backing bean without ajax. Is this correct? I need a solution where the value from the backing bean will be read, each time the component will be updated. I don't want to start the progessBar manually and I don't want a recurring ajax request specified with the interval.

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04 Apr 2012, 12:03

Is it possible to add a new component to the primefaces extensions called p:statusBar which is based on the code of the progressBar in version 3.1?

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