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Printing the dynamic menu item selected in an alert

 
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Hi All,
In the below code i have a list of menus, i want to display in an alert , for the corresponding menu item selected from the menu list.
How can i print the dynamic value selected , because later i need to pass the selected value to my backing bean?



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Menus are not usually implemented this way. What you're proposing is more like a datatable with commandLinks in it than it is an actual menu. Also, you haven't defined a container for the menuitems.

A datatable "menu" is easy. When you click on one of the commandlink objects (menu items), it fires a backing bean method which can then query the tables's datamodel to determine which item was selected.

True menuitems also have action methods, but they ordinarily have a unique method for each menuitem.
 
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