Rich menu: do an action

Posted on 2009-07-02
Last Modified: 2013-11-24
Can we execute an action in our bean when we click on a menuItem?

What must we put into it to realize this?
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You can also add an ActionListener to the item, but the above is preferred

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I've found simplier: I've put a commandLink into it, and set the action to this action.
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> I've found simplier: I've put a commandLink into it, and set the action to this action.

Thats the *only* way to do it :)
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Sorry - didn't notice it was JSF question

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