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Please HELP me. How To Hard Code Values in Each Row of a dataTable?

 
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I am working on a datatable, each row must have a checkbox.

I want to hard code some value in the datatable; therefore, I only "bind" the checkbox part of the table. As to the values in each row, I am not using the "binding".

My code does not display right. I do not have a checkbox for each row. Besides, all the hard-coded values get displayed three times. Here is my code:


[ August 29, 2005: Message edited by: JiaPei Jen ]
 
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Don't hard code this way, I would rather suggest you to hard the value in the backing bean collection object [holding the value for your datatable].
 
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I am trying to set values of a datatable. I am new to the JSF and please help me.

1. Do I set it correctly (see below)?
2. I have to hard code some data in the dataTable that I create. How do I do it (i.e. how do I modify the code shown below)?

My presentation JSP looks like:


The personnelList is the "managed bean". And the personnel is an ArrayList.

I have a Java class that loads data into this ArrayList "personnel". The Java class is called Table:


The PersonnelBean is a Java bean that get and set the attributes:
 
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