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How to pass client getTimezoneOffset before the managed bean is being constracted?
Joined: Oct 23, 2008
Apr 22, 2011 08:15:40
I got a list of items that i present in <h:selectOneMenu on my page (the first page the user sees
the label that are show in the ><h:selectOneMenu are date + time , and the time itself is stored in the db in UTC without any + or - (e.g UTC +2)
In order to show the correct time in the labels of the ><h:selectOneMenu i'm adding the needed offset of the user timezone
the problem is that the ><h:selectOneMenu is being populated from the managed bean before i'm passing the offset from the xhtml page itself using jQuery $.post(
any ideas how can i pass the TimezoneOffset to the application before the managed bean is loaded?
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