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<tr:selectOneRadio> issue

 
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i am not able to select any of the radio button generated in this way

<tr:selectOneRadio id="finalSelectRadio"
binding="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrequency}"
layout="vertical" onclick="submit()"
value="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrequencyValue}"
valueChangeListener="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrequencyChangeListener}">
<f:selectItems
value="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrqList}" />
</tr:selectOneRadio>

can any one point out whr the problem is?
 
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Please confirm whether you need a radio button or drop down. If it is a radio button, then why you are referring a list inside <tr:selectOneRadio>.


The problem is with this only (<f:selectItems value="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrqList}" /> ).
 
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Chella Arun Raja Jayaraj wrote:Please confirm whether you need a radio button or drop down. If it is a radio button, then why you are referring a list inside <tr:selectOneRadio>.


The problem is with this only (<f:selectItems value="#{popUpForScheduleReconBean.recurFrqList}" /> ).


I don't see how that's a problem? It's a radio button group where you can select one item from a list. It's perfectly valid.

To me, the actual problem can't be determined based on the as far given information. Please elaborate more.
 
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