1. David Newton had a question that I was not sure how to answer and it was suggested by Gregg to post here to see if I could get some help. Here is David's question:
Isn't there a way to have a managed bean "call through" to a service that could be exposed in a variety of ways? Or is just like any other facade/wrapper/etc. and it's just not designed to be used like that (accessed directly)?
2. Just for some background I have a very simple JSF page and what I'm trying to get jQuery to do is when I enter a value in a text field I and then tab to the next field I need to make an ajax call to a managed bean and have it return a value that I can use to select an option in a drop down field in the same form. I understand from someone on the jQuery form that I need to create yet another JSP page and call the managed bean from that JSP page and have it return a value there and then jQuery picks it up somehow(?). When I execute the jQuery code the alert in the code below only shows the rendered JSP form that I'm calling. I don't think I'm ever getting to my managed bean.
Here is my jQuery code:
The JSP that is being called within the jQuery code above is:
Any help or direction would be greatly appreciated. Regards.
subject: Questions (1) accessing managed bean directly and (2) using jQuery ajax functionality in my JSF page