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Radio slected should populate the Input text box

 
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Hi,

I am new to JSF, I need to populate input text box with the label of the radio selected.
Following is extract from my code, my issue is that the Text Box is not getting populated with the value selected,please help.

<p><h:selectOneRadio id="formatSelectRadio"

value="#{test.formatName}"

valueChangeListener="#{test.formatOptionChangeListener}"

onclick="submit()"

immediate="true">

<f:selectItem id="summaryOption" itemLabel="Summary Student Information"

itemValue="Summary Student Information" />

<f:selectItem id="extendedOption" itemLabel="Extended Student Information"

itemValue="Extended Student Information" />

</h:selectOneRadio></p>


<p><h:outputLabel for="fileName"

value="Enter your file name " /> <h:inputText

id="fileName" value="#{test.fileName}">

</h:inputText></p>


//////// BAcking bean ////////

public String getFileName() {

return fileName;

}


public void setFileName(String fileName) {

this.fileName = fileName;

}



public final void formatOptionChangeListener(final ValueChangeEvent event) {

if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) {

LOG.debug("Firing formatOptionChangeListener...");

}


HtmlSelectOneRadio radio = (HtmlSelectOneRadio) FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().getViewRoot().findComponent("dataForm:formatSelectRadio");

if (radio.getValue().toString().equals("Summary Student Information")) {

setFileName("Summary Student Information");

System.out.println("FILENAME 2 " + getFileName());

} else if (radio.getValue().toString().equals("Extended Student Information")) {

setFileName("Extended Student Information");

System.out.println("FILENAME 3 " + getFileName());

}

// return getFileName();

}




 
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I'm going to put your code in a code tag to make it easier to read before I start looking at it.

 
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The changes made where for the inputText instaed of value attribute changed it to binding

<h:inputText id="fileName" binding="#{studentFilter.fileName}"> </h:inputText>

Changed the Backing bean getter setter appropriately

public HtmlInputText getFileName() {
return fileName;
}

public void setFileName(HtmlInputText fileName) {
this.fileName = fileName;
}

Changed the listener method to skip rest of the lifecycle using FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().renderResponse();


public final void formatOptionChangeListener(final ValueChangeEvent event) {
if (LOG.isDebugEnabled()) {
LOG.debug("Firing formatOptionChangeListener...");
}

if (event.getNewValue().equals(SUMMARY)) {
fileName.setValue(SUMMARY);
} else if (event.getNewValue().equals(EXTENDED)) {
fileName.setValue(EXTENDED);
}
FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().renderResponse();

}
 
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