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From "Andrew Robinson" <>
Subject Re: Tying a JSF control to a dynamic list element in backing bean
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 18:17:38 GMT
Your EL was invalid

 <tr:iterator value="#{myBean.myItemList}" var="myItem" varStatus="rows">
    <h:inputText binding="#{myBean.myDynamicList[rows.index]}"/>

On Wed, Jun 4, 2008 at 9:16 AM, Malik, Usman <> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am trying to put a bunch of user input controls on a web page dynamically
> using tr:iterator … and then tie each control to an element of a dynamic
> list in my backing bean so I can access to the user input from the bean.
> What I want to know is whether it is even possible to set value for a
> specific list element from the JSP page? I can't figure out what kind of a
> getter/setter method my dynamic list needs to have.
> Here is the JSP code snippet that I am thinking of …
> <tr:iterator value="#{myBean.myItemList}" var="myItem" varStatus="rows">
>     <h:inputText binding="myBean.myDynamicList[#{rows.index}]"/>
> </tr:iterator>
> The above inputText binding should translate into "myBean.myDynamicList[0]",
> at least that's what I think should happen. However, for this to work, I
> would need to have a getter/setter method for each element of myDynamicList
> in the backing bean. Since myDynamicList is supposed to be dynamic (its size
> can change from one request to another), I don't know the number of elements
> in it and therefore I cannot hard-code the getter/setter methods. Any
> suggestions or comments would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks!
> Usman Malik
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