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JSF dataTable issue  RSS feed

 
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HI All,

I want to display data using the h:dataTable tags in JSF
The data I am displaying has to be in a format like this:

Name: XXXX
ID: 8989
Age: 32

I have seen several examples on the web that tell you how to display the
data like this:

Name ID Age
XXX 8989 32

Since the dataTable tag only has a sub tag h:column and NO h:row I am having issues with this. Is there a better way to do this? I have implemented the first format I mentioned using h:datable and h:column, so first I just write out all the column headers in column 1 and then I write out all the values in column2. The issue I am facing is that when one of the values is blank the next value gets printed in its place and the data appears wrong, this is really a formatting issue. When data is blank it should leave space for it and then print the next value in the next row. Hope I am making sense, any thoughts will be much appreciated.

Is there a better way to do this maybe by not using h:dataTable (I am using JSF ), is my approach correct?
Regards.
 
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similar post can be find http://www.coderanch.com/t/425459/JSF/java/JSF-datatable
 
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hi
it will help you


<%@ taglib uri="http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk" prefix="t"%>

<t:datatable> tag help you
 
nitin pokhriyal
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pavan devabhakthuni wrote:hi
it will help you


<%@ taglib uri="http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk" prefix="t"%>

<t:datatable> tag help you



you need "newspaperOrientation" attribute but if your project using using tomahawk then only you can use this tag.
 
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Thanks Nitin for pointing me to the other post about the same issue. i am not using Tomahawk, also the code I currently have is like so. The first column just writes out labels for the column names and the second column the values.

 
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either you have to create new datatable or bind datatable generate columns using tags.. HTMLColumn and HTMLDataTable.
 
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