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f:param at "rendered processing" time

André Campanini
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Joined: Jun 20, 2008
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Hi... I'm using JSF h:commandLink and I want something that I think won't work this way.

I wanted to use f:param inside the h:commandLink to pass parameters by using a "rendered" property to the backing bean.

Here is the code:

h:commandLink rendered=UserMB.permission value="Menu Customers"
f:param name="functionalityParam" value="customerList"
h:commandLink

It seems the parameter is "loaded" in the Map only at Action time, and don't at "rendered processing" time.

Is it impossible to get what I want?

Best regards, saloon!
 
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