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create multiple checkboxes with Data base values in jsf page  RSS feed

 
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hello

i am new to JSF and i am trying to create multiple chexkboxes inside my jsf page , and populate it with values comes from a list or data base ( do not know how many values)

so i populated a list ( bookList ) in my managed bean with database values

but i do not know how to display checkboxes using my ( booList ) values

i wrote exactly the same thing in jsp page and it was like this



and now i have the same array or list in my managed bean class

how can i do the same thing in my new JSF page

what should i write in these tags :



thanks in advance of your help

and if any one can suggests a good reference(s) to learn JSF i will be thankful

thaank you



 
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Well, this is where you have to RTFM. http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/5/javaserverfaces/1.2/docs/tlddocs/h/selectManyCheckbox.html

Ewww. They certainly got Always the Low Price[TM] on the javadocs for that tag.

Here's a handy guide: http://exadel.com/web/portal/jsftags-guide

The actual backing property for the "f:selectItems" tag is an array or List of SelectItem objects.

 
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