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Fawad Ali
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Joined: Dec 28, 2009
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Hello All,
I want to achieve pagination on a page. I visit a page and on that page I have provided previous and next link. In both links I need the current page's start. I tried the following but its not helpful

<a href="viewAllInvoices.jsp?start=#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr}&pagination=0">Previous</a>
<a href="viewAllInvoices.jsp?start=#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr}&pagination=1">Next</a>

#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr} cannot be inserted here. Its giving compliation errors. And als I tried the JSP $ sign but its no working too.

Can anyone suggest me how to include this parameter in the link?


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Tim Holloway
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Fawad Ali wrote:Hello All,
I want to achieve pagination on a page. I visit a page and on that page I have provided previous and next link. In both links I need the current page's start. I tried the following but its not helpful

<a href="viewAllInvoices.jsp?start=#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr}&pagination=0">Previous</a>
<a href="viewAllInvoices.jsp?start=#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr}&pagination=1">Next</a>

#{viewAllInvoicesBean.startStr} cannot be inserted here. Its giving compliation errors. And als I tried the JSP $ sign but its no working too.

Can anyone suggest me how to include this parameter in the link?


I think you have JSP and JSF technologies confused. They have some significant differences.


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Fawad Ali
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Joined: Dec 28, 2009
Posts: 112
Hello Tim,
In my case, it worked like this.

<a href="viewAllCheckSummary.jsp?current=<h:outputText value="#{viewAllCheckSummaryBean.start}"></h:outputText>&pagination=0">Previous</a>
I simply output the value in managed bean and it appeared in link through <h:outputText value="#{viewAllCheckSummaryBean.start}"></h:outputText>.

Well my problem is solved here but i have one another problem now. I have a custom tag liberary.

<pagination-tag:pager start='<h:outputText value="#{viewAllInvoicesBean.start}"></h:outputText>' />.

I want to assign a value in managed bean to start attribute of sutom tag. But in this tag I cannot set the value of start to the one in managed bean. When I hard code the value, then the tag library works fine but through JSF tag it cannot be set.

Any help will save me a lot.
Bupjae Lee
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Joined: May 14, 2007
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<pagination-tag:pager start="#{viewAllInvoicesBean.start}"/> doesn't work?
Fawad Ali
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Joined: Dec 28, 2009
Posts: 112
No it didnt.

 
 
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