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Accessing JSF Bean for custom JSP Tag

 
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I have a <h atatable> tag that loops over a list of values. To render a particular column, I have a custom jsp tag. I am trying to pass the value of the current iterated element to the jsp tag but am unable to do so.



The "#{item.getId()}" is not being evaluated. I have set <retrexpr>true</retrexpr> in the tag defintion. Thanks....
 
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I've had this problem because of the getters in my component. If the getter just returns the local variable from the component, you could add some code to check for a value binding. And of course you need to set up the value binding in the tag handler, as well.
 
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