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Using DisplayTag with JSF

 
Eugene Abarquez
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Hello All,

Does anybody out there know whether you can use DisplayTag with JSF?

I am new to JSF and is currently migrating from JSP. I am building an application that requires a table with sorting and data-paging capabilities. I tried to dabble with the built-in <h:table> of JSF, but I soon found out that it doesn't support any sorting or data-paging. I also tried MyFaces Tomahawk which has a pageable/sortable component, but it requires custom logic methods in your managed-bean. Yuck.

So for me, DisplayTag is still a simpler solution to creating pageable/sortable tables, if only I can get it working with JSF. Can somebody out there confirm if this is possible?

Any form of help or suggestion will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

 
Abiodun Adisa
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try ADF table it allows you to sort records
 
Eugene Abarquez
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Ok thanks Abiodun!

I'll try it out later. And this works well with JSF correct?
 
Eugene Abarquez
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By the way, where can I download the jars for ADF tables?

Can somebody give me a URL?

Thanks.
 
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