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Mixing dataTable with selectOneRadio  RSS feed

 
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Hi.
I use <h ataTable/> component to render a list of my domain objects.

The new requirement now is to include a radio button in front of each displayed recored and only the marked radio should be submitted to the server.
How to do this?
If the value attribute of dataTable is the domain objects list, then what is the value attribute of selectOneRadio?
Thanks.
 
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It seems not a good resolution. I only try to use Javascript to make a "mockup" radio group. Do someone have any advice about this issue?
 
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Yes.
Create a wrapper object for your domain object and add a boolean property to it.

Build a list of this object, and display it via dataTable and when submitting the form back to the server, iterate through this list and check for the selected property value.
 
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Have a look at http://www.jenia.org/ under DataTools family
I'm using the <jdt:singleRowSelector selection="#{TestBean.selected}" />.
Works great.
 
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