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Henry Hund

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Hello, I am struggling to build a variable-sized table (could have any number of rows and any number of rows based on SQL results) for display in JSF. I assume that the <h:dataTable tags are out, so I am prepared to use JSF loops, etc.

I have a data structure in a bean created for just this: it finds the rows, it finds the columns, creates a "matrix" of sorts and then finds SQL results and puts values into the matrix based on those results. Does anybody have any idea how I would display these tables in JSF? Below, please find the attached code. It is somewhat convoluted and any suggestions for improvement would of course be appreciated.

EntityDetails.java


SourceIdentifierMatrix.java


Cell.java
16 years ago
JSF
Thanks for your advice. That unfortunately did not work. While I have had j2ee.jar in my sun appserver /lib directory, I also just copied it to the project lib directory and referenced it in my ant build file. Unfortunately I still get the same exact error...!
16 years ago
JSF
Hello,

I am new here as I am also new to JSF. Thus far have found your community very informative. I have a question that I am somewhat embarrassed by, though after hours of searching Google and some time searching your forums (I sincerely hope this isn't a repost), I have no choice but to ask my question...

I am going to post a simplified version of my code below. I am trying to pass parameters using <f:param..> inside of an <h:commandLink... and I cannot get anything to work. I have tried several solutions I found on here and on Google, but none have worked. So, I am currently trying to implement what seems to be the most common methods, but I am receiving parsing errors... My bean (EntityDetails) is session scope.

entitySearchResults.jsp... should pass entityID to EntityDetails and then to entityDetails.jsp.

entitySearchResults.jsp


EntityDetails.java


I don't think you need entityDetails.jsp... if I can get entityID to print out in the log, I think it will be fine.

My compiler error is as follows:



So as you can see, I can use all the help I can get. I'm using Sun Appserver if that makes a difference.

Thanks for any guidance you can give...

[ July 21, 2006: Message edited by: Henry Hund ]

[ July 21, 2006: Message edited by: Henry Hund ]
[ July 21, 2006: Message edited by: Henry Hund ]
16 years ago
JSF