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Higgledy Smith
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In JSF, how can I refence two attributes defined in the backing bean?

I tried both of these, but neither worked. :


OR



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Rainer Eschen
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The first syntax should work. But, it misses the object reference, or the attribute reference ;-). You always need something like



Your backing bean offers getter for both attributes then.


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