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Problem with facet in backing bean

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Joined: Sep 14, 2006
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I am preparing a tree2 as a backing bean.

In tree2, facets are needed to display the tree.

But, while constructing backing bean i am unable to consturct a component for facet programmatically.

So, anybody please suggest how to create a facet in backing bean.

Tim Holloway
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I believe that facets are generally applied as properties to their containing element, which is why there's no distinct "facet" object.

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Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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I thought facets were supposed to be largely a front end component that should stay out of the backing bean, no?

I probably don't quite understand what you're up to. Could you show us some code with what you've tried? Maybe we can get a better idea of what you're doing a guide you through.

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