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Retrieve handles to JSF Elements from Managed Bean

Mic Maus
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Joined: Nov 13, 2009
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Hi there!

I just started playing with JSF (using RichFaces) and I want to implement my own filter function for <rich:columns> In the example below you can only specify a value for <h:inputText> of type String. When I set this value from the Managed Bean, each column gets the same value.



I guess the best way to set a predefined filter value from the bean (at initialisation) is to get a reference to the ID of the <h:inputText>, which is different for each column here

Does anybody know if this is possible and how to do this?

Thanks in advance,
Mic
 
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