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Fire ValueChangeEvent from backingBean

sam sami
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Joined: Dec 22, 2010
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is it possible to create ValueChangeEvent in backingBean, so we can set the value of event and pass it.
Tim Holloway
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Yes, you could, but it's probably better to have the valueChangeListener call a POJO method which your non-listener code also calls.


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