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Displaying simple read-only tabular data

 
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Hello,

I am relatively new to JSF and I am stuck on a basic problem. I want a jsp page to diplay simple read-only tabular data. I just want the index.jsp page to retrieve data from a bean without going through an action nor to have any navigation rule associated to it.

I want the jsp to be roughly as follows (using the forEach tag):



My bean would be roughly as follows:


In addition I have the following in the DD:



This does not seem to work. Can anyone help please??

Thanks in advance,

Julien.
 
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Why are you using JSTL in your JSP? You should be using JSF tags like a dataTable.
 
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Do you know of any jsf tag that support lists instead of tables. What's more I forgot to mention that I want to display a HashMap and not a list. Is this still possible??
Any help welcome,
Julien.
 
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You can use DataList from myfaces.
 
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