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Checkbox and Datatable problem in JSF

naren1012 asked
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
When I am using a t:selectBooleanCheckbox inside a t:datatable the checkbox doesn't retain the selections that the user made in the first request. In the subsequent requests the selections are retained. This seems to be a very common problem when I searched google. But unfortunately I could not find any solution for solving this.
<t:dataTable border="1" value="#{bb_ValuationDashboard.snapshotRoundDTO.fmisPurSalesDtls}"
	styleClass="dataTable" width="100%">
	<t:column width="3%">
		<f:facet name="header">
			<t:outputText styleClass="styTblHeaderNew" value="Select Checkbox to select row"></t:outputText>
		<t:selectBooleanCheckbox forceId="true" id="purSles" value="#{purchasedSales.isSelected}" />
	<t:column width="14%">
		<f:facet name="header">
			<t:outputText styleClass="styTblHeaderNew" value="#{valDash.ss_displayPanel_purSalesTab_Address}"></t:outputText>
		<t:outputText value="#{purchasedSales.propertyAddress.addressLine1} 
		#{purchasedSales.propertyAddress.stateCode} " id="pAddress"></t:outputText>

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