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Using "var" defined in t:dataTable

Sandeep Kumar.
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Joined: Jul 23, 2008
Posts: 9
Hi

i want to use the var attribute declared in t:dataTable. using JSTL tags.
<t:dataTable var="myVar" value="#{inboxArrayList}" id="iterTable">
Here i want to check it for null and if its not null then i want to store its value in some other variable "myvar2" using <c:set>

i have tried this:
<c:if test="${requestScope.myVar !=null>">
<c:set var="myVar2" value="${requestScope.myVar}"/>
</c:if>
But its not working. Please somebody tell me how to achieve the above functionility.

<t:column style="text-align: left" width="8%" rendered="#{null == testtable.strCusip}">
</t:column>
</t:dataTable>


-sandeep


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Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
Posts: 15960
    
  19

Putting JSTL on a JSF page is almost always a bad idea. Putting JSTL logic on a JSF page is an even worse one.

Instead of low-level technical details of how you're attempting 2 different page design systems to work together using brute force, why don't you tell us what you actually want the display to look like and to do?


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