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How to pass the value to next pages ?

Posted on 2010-09-11
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Hi,

I am having list of values in the datatable and click the one row link it will go to another page dropdown as current value and as well as need to send backend for the value.

After that if i change the dropdown value again need to get and send it to back end for retrive the values.

I am using jsf and java1.6.How to do  that ? Could you please give me your sugestions ...
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Question by:Rose_Taylor
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
ID: 33655854
You can use javascript while onchange you can set the value ?
<select id="dropdown" name="dropdown">
you can use this id or name you can get the value in java script
 
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by:Sathish David Kumar N
ID: 33655861
Or you can use bean calss .
<form action="....." name="form" method="post">
you can get the value in action class
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by:Rose_Taylor
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I need set the value in dropdown as well as same value send to backend for get more value to display in the frond end.
i am having table with link, if press the link that value current value in the another page dropdown.as well same value for display more values.
How to do that ?
 
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prakash_parvath earned 500 total points
ID: 33659802
Hi

You can do the following

Front End : JSP 1
<h:form ... action="yourMethodinManagedBean">

<h:selectOneMenu id="item" value="#{yourManagedBean.selectedItem.item}" title="ItemSelected"
      validator="#{IF_ANY}">
      <f:selectItems id="dob-days" value="#{yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItems}" />
</h:selectOneMenu>

</h:form>


YourManagedBean.java

method: yourMethodinManagedBean() {
      // Select * from YOURTABLE where item <condition> <yourManagedBean.selectedItem.item>
      // Populate above result into yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItemsToBeDisplayed


}

JSP 2:

<h:selectOneMenu id="item" value="#{yourManagedBean.selectedItem2.item}" title="ItemSelected2"
      validator="#{IF_ANY}">
      <f:selectItems id="dob-days" value="#{yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItemsToBeDisplayed}" />
</h:selectOneMenu>
Front End : JSP 1
<h:form ... action="yourMethodinManagedBean">

<h:selectOneMenu id="item" value="#{yourManagedBean.selectedItem.item}" title="ItemSelected" 
	validator="#{IF_ANY}">
	<f:selectItems id="dob-days" value="#{yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItems}" />
</h:selectOneMenu>

</h:form>


YourManagedBean.java

method: yourMethodinManagedBean() {
	// Select * from YOURTABLE where item <condition> <yourManagedBean.selectedItem.item>
	// Populate above result into yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItemsToBeDisplayed


}

JSP 2:

<h:selectOneMenu id="item" value="#{yourManagedBean.selectedItem2.item}" title="ItemSelected2" 
	validator="#{IF_ANY}">
	<f:selectItems id="dob-days" value="#{yourManagedBean.listOfSelectItemsToBeDisplayed}" />
</h:selectOneMenu>

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