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Best way to display/not display a div based on a value in my JavaBean

Chris Stewart
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In JSF, what's the best way to display or not display a div based on the value in one of my JavaBeans? In JSP, I imagine I'd just use Java code to do this, but in JSF I'm told that's a no-no. So, any suggestions?
Jason Lee
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Originally posted by Chris Stewart:
In JSF, what's the best way to display or not display a div based on the value in one of my JavaBeans? In JSP, I imagine I'd just use Java code to do this, but in JSF I'm told that's a no-no. So, any suggestions?


In "plain" JSF, you can do

<h:panelGroup rendered="...">

Seam offers a s:div, and Facelets offers ui:fragment if you happen to be using either of those.


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Chris Stewart
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I am using Facelets and ui:fragment did the trick. Thanks for the tip!
Jason Lee
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Originally posted by Chris Stewart:
I am using Facelets and ui:fragment did the trick. Thanks for the tip!

Very good!
 
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