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Repeating JSF code

 
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Hi, everybody.

I want to repeat this code in my page for any page I have:

<h:commandLink action="#{cliente.selectNumberPage}" value="1">
<f:param name="jsfcrud.chosenPage" value="0"/>
</h:commandLink> 

For example, for a list with 3 pages, it would be:

<h:commandLink action="#{cliente.selectNumberPage}" value="1">
<f:param name="jsfcrud.chosenPage" value="1"/>
</h:commandLink> 
<h:commandLink action="#{cliente.selectNumberPage}" value="2">
<f:param name="jsfcrud.chosenPage" value="2"/>
</h:commandLink> 
<h:commandLink action="#{cliente.selectNumberPage}" value="3">
<f:param name="jsfcrud.chosenPage" value="3"/>
</h:commandLink> 

I've tried with "c:forEach", but JSF doesn't recognize the variable when it's "loading" the page.

Does everybody knows a way to do that in a good practice way?
 
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