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Got stuck with #{param}

 
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Hi all,
I have a question on how to use #{param.XXXX}
In my code there is button and I want to render it only when #{param.XXXX == 'SomeValue'} ... Rendering happens correctly, but the "action" is not working {for navigation}. It is submitting to same page, even I have placed different value in "action" attribute.

The same is working fine if the "rendered" attribute contains value "true" directly.

Am I using #{param} wrongly?? Please suggest.
Can I find any example on this?

Thanks,
Mamidi

 
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Hi mamidi, try this

<h:commandButton value="submit" rendered="#{param.XXXX == 'SomeValue'}" action="#{param.navigate}">

backing bean

public String navigate()
{
return "nextpage";
}

faces-config.xml

<navigation-rule>
<navigation-case>
<from-outcome>nextpage</from-outcome>
<to-view-id>nextpagename.xhtml</to-view-id>
<redirect />
</navigation-case>
</navigation-rule>


The value returned to the action should match the navigation case in xml file. here in this case it is the value "nextpage". when xml file sees that value it knows that it has to navigate to the page mentioned in <to-view-id>. If both the pages are in the same folder this should work. If not give the path to the page.

Hope this helps.
 
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