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Add Rows To Datatable

 
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I want to be able to add rows to a datatable based on a selection from a dropdown box. So I know that you can use the ValueChangeListener to fire off an event where I should lookup the datatable and add rows to it, but I don't know how to look up the datatable nor do I know how to add a row to it once I've found it.

Any sample code out there?
 
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Please get hold of a copy of Core JavaServer Faces by David Geary and Cay Horstmann. Chapter 5 covers this in detail.

HTH
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I accomplished this using a panelGrid. Basically what I did was this. Create a panelGrid on a JSF page with two columns. Bind the panelGrid to a backing bean. In the getter for the panelGrid on the backing bean you can add elements to the panelGrid using code like below:

 
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