Code tags (use the "Code" button on our message editor UI) will make your sample code and XML easier for us to read. Also, remove any irrelevant code/data from your sample. When a sample won't fit on my screen, I tend not to give it as much attention.
Use of the "$" JQuery shorthand can lead to problems on JSF pages, since "$" is also an EL marker. Use the alternative "jQuery." form, instead.
Finally, EL is not intended to be used as a programming language. The form
is bad practice even when you are using valid parameters. Which you are not. The action attribute is supposed to be a reference to a backing bean method, and not a direct call to the method. Action methods are expected to get their parameters directly from the Model (backing bean), not from the View.
Bjoke: A "Bully Joke". A Statement or action made with malicious intent - unless challenged. At which point it magically transforms into "I was just funnin'" or "What's the matter, can't take a joke?"
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