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HuaMin chen

Joined: Oct 11, 2011
Posts: 1
I need some details for creating a binding for the java class for a jsf button?

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Marcos Silvestri
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Joined: Dec 06, 2009
Posts: 62

Hello and welcome to the forums, Huamin!

There are some things you have to have in mind when asking questions in forums, either here or outside. The readers of these forums are technical ones, of the type who appreciate seeing that you strived to do something, but failed, only then came up here for help. In other words, technical readers in the programming field appreciate seeing your unsuccessful attempts, the condition usually met so that you start receiving answers for your questions.

If you ask "How can I do something?" or "Give me an example of...", you're not likely to receive answers, also because such things may be found at Google through a simple search. As a real case scenario, I did a quick search at Google for "jsf bean binding" and took the first link to share here with you: Take a look and check to see if it helps to bind a button to its respective Java class, or search a bit more on the web.


DJ aspirant, Engineering undergraduate, Tokusatsus addicted, fond of English language and Asia's, Buddhist, blogger, etc. I'll need to insert all these attributes in a Java class and manage to create methods for handling my overwhelming life
I agree. Here's the link:
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