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how to highlight row in table ( no radio or check boxes)?

 
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Does anyone know, how to highlight row background by clicking on a row (onclick or commandLink)? I am using adf jsf table (oracle).
 
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That can easily be done using Javascript - check out this code at equinox.dev.java.net:

<%-- Step 2. Create a dummy actionLink, w/ no value --%>
<h:commandLink action="#{userForm.edit}" id="editUserLink">
<f aram name="id"/>
</h:commandLink>
<%-- Step 3. Write your own JavaScript function that's easy to call --%>
<script type="text/javascript">
function viewUser(id) {
var f = document.forms['editUser'];
f.elements['editUser:_link_hidden_'].value='editUser:editUserLink';
f.elements['id'].value=id;
f.submit();
}
highlightTableRows("userList");
</script>

Hope that helps,
Anoop Kumar V.
 
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