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anwar pasha
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When we clicking on commandButton pass the particular value to backing bean without using
<t:dataTable> tags


Below is working when we use tata table.
<t:datatable>
<f:facet name="header">
<hutputText value="Banner" />
</f:facet>

<c:column>
<t:commandButton id="programLink3" value="" styleClass="Activefeed_button" action="#{bannerdetails_backing.updateBannerImage}"onmouseover ="this.className ='Activefeed_buttonhov'" onmouseout ="this.className ='Activefeed_button'" >
<f:param name="toolId" value="#{banner.toolId}"/>
<t:updateActionListener property="#{bannerdetails_backing.bannerSession.banner}" value="#{banner}" />
</t:commandButton>
<c:column>
</t:datatable>


But
Below code using without datatable tag ? its not working.
ex:

<t:commandButton id="programLink3" value="" styleClass="Activefeed_button" action="#{bannerdetails_backing.updateBannerImage}"onmouseover ="this.className ='Activefeed_buttonhov'" onmouseout ="this.className ='Activefeed_button'" >
<f:param name="toolId" value="#{banner.toolId}"/>
<t:updateActionListener property="#{bannerdetails_backing.bannerSession.banner}" value="#{banner}" />
</t:commandButton>


 
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I believe part of the magic of the dataTable tag is that it communicates information about the current row to the backing model. If you use Seam to back JSF, which is the only way I've ever used JSF, you can pass parameters with the action command, like action="#{bannerdetails_backing.updateBannerImage(myImage)}". However, I'm pretty sure that's a Seam-specific extension.
 
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thanks Greg
 
anwar pasha
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iam doing multiple upload using this code
i have number of Browse button and one Submit button
when am browse the images then click on submit all images must be store in server.

Ex:

<t:input File Upload id="file" value="#{bannerdetails_backing.uploadFile}" />
<t:input File Upload id="file" value="#{bannerdetails_backing.uploadFile}" /> ...
 
anwar pasha
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after that

 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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