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standard JSF to iceFaces [message #617766] Fri, 25 April 2008 08:36
Mario Charest is currently offline Mario CharestFriend
Messages: 42
Registered: July 2009
I learn jsf but already have a need to use a iceFaces paginatorTable.
Unfortunatelly I have a problems to use iceFaces componentsin a eclipse
tutorial like ipseDbWebapps/index.html,
so I will ask you forhelp. This is a standard jsf form: <form
action="demo.jsp" method="post">
<td>Your name: (optional)</td>
<td><input type='text' name='name' value="${name}"></td>
<td>Your comments:</td>
<td><textarea name='comments' rows="6"
<td><input type='submit' name='action' value='Submit'>
Can I use iceFaces components instead of standards jsf on a next way?For
example, for textarea: <ice:inputTextarea id="TxtCmt"
cols="20" rows="4"
auto;" />
Do I need a <form> or bean bellow exist instead of standard jsf form./* MPL
License text (see */

org.icefaces.application.showcase.view.bean.examples.compone nt.textEntry;

import org.icefaces.application.showcase.view.bean.BaseBean;

* <p>The TextFieldsBean class is the backing bean for the Text Entry
* demonstration. It is used to store the values of the input fields.</p>
public class TextFieldsBean extends BaseBean {
* The different kinds of text input fields.
private String name;
private String password;
private String comments;

* Gets the name property.
* @return value of name property
public String getName() {
return name;

* Sets the name property
* @param newValue new value of the name property
public void setName(String newValue) {
name = newValue;

* Gets the password property.
* @return value of the password property
public String getPassword() {
return password;

* Sets the password property.
* @param newValue new value of the password property
public void setPassword(String newValue) {
password = newValue;

* Gets the comments property.
* @return value of the comments property
public String getComments() {
return comments;

* Sets the comments property.
* @param newValue new value of the comments property
public void setComments(String newValue) {
comments = newValue;


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