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Attribute dir lang Type String String Description The reading direction of the generated HTML component: RTL (right to left) or LTR (left to right) The applied lang attribute to the generated HTML output For more information on the HTML lang attribute, visit wwww3org/TR/REC-html40/struct/dirlanghtml Required No No
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Attributes for CSS styles that are applied to the generated HTML output of the component are shown next
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Attributes for the common JavaScript events are shown here
onchange onkeypress onmouseover onclick onkeyup onmouseup ondblclick onmousedown onselect onfocus onmousemove
All JavaScript attributes accept arguments of type String, and none are specifically required
Example Usage
Consider a managed bean (PizzaBean) with a List property of toppingsList This can then be value-bound to the selectManyMenu component, as in the following:
<h:selectManyMenu id="pizzaToppings" value="#{PizzaBeantoppings}"> <f:selectItems value="#{PizzaBeantoppingsList}"/> </h:selectManyMenu>
An example with hard-coded select items is shown next:
<h:selectManyMenu id ="pizzaToppings" value="#{PizzaBeantoppings}"> <f:selectItem itemLabel="cheese" itemValue="ch"/> <f:selectItem itemLabel="pepperoni" itemValue="pep"/> <f:selectItem itemLabel="sausage" itemValue="saus"/> <f:selectItem itemLabel="mushrooms" itemValue="msh"/> </h:selectManyMenu >
PART III
The h:selectOneListbox Tag
UIComponent class: javaxfacescomponenthtmlHtmlSelectOneListbox Component type: javaxfacesHtmlSelectOneListbox The selectOneListbox component renders an HTML <select> with its name attribute set to the component s client ID, and its size attribute set to the number of <option> element choices rendered by either UISelectItem and/or UISelectItems components If the size attribute is specified, it will override the number of SelectItems and pass through the size value to the rendered <select> If a choice is marked as disabled, the disabled attribute is also added to the option element
Ungrouped Attributes
Attribute accesskey Type char Description The mnemonic character used to establish focus to this button Required No
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JavaSer ver Faces Tools and Libraries
Attribute converter
Type String
Description The fully qualified name of a class that implements the javaxfacesconvertConverter interface When present, this overrides the default Converter validation message The message can be a ValueExpression When true, the component is not usable and is rendered in a disabled state A boolean flag that indicates whether or not a child f:selectItem whose noSelectionOption attribute is true should be hidden When true, the component s value must be converted and validated immediately during the Apply Request Values phase rather than waiting until the Process Validations phase Displays the component as read-only when true The boolean attribute that defines whether the component is rendered The default value is true When true, this will cause a validation error when no value is supplied When present, this overrides the default required validation message The message can be a ValueExpression Overrides the size attribute of the generated HTML select that is otherwise set to the number of SelectItems The tabbing order position of the component The value must be an integer between 0 and 32767
Required No
converterMessage (12, 20)
String
disabled
boolean
hideNoSelectionOption (20)
boolean
immediate
boolean
readonly rendered
boolean boolean
No No
required
boolean
requiredMessage (12, 20)
String
size
tabindex
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The Standard JSF Component Library
Attribute validator
Type String
Description If specified, then the value must be a MethodExpression that refers to a method that has the same signature as the validate method in the javaxfacesvalidatorValidator interface When present, this overrides the default Validator validation message The message can be a ValueExpression A MethodExpression that refers to a method that returns void and accepts a single ValueChangeEvent argument (10, 11, 12, 20) A MethodExpression that refers to a method that takes zero parameters and has a return type of void Bear in mind that with this type of method signature, there is no way to determine the old and new values of the component (20)
Required No
validatorMessage (12, 20)
String
valueChangeListener
MethodBinding (10, 11) or MethodExpression (12, 20)
PART III
Core Attributes
Attribute binding Type ValueBinding (10, 11) or ValueExpression (12, 20) String String String Description A binding reference to a like UIComponent instance Required No
id title value
The identifier for the component The title of the component This is passed through to the rendered HTML title attribute The value of the component
No No No
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Internationalization Attributes
Attribute dir lang Type String String Description The reading direction of the generated HTML component: RTL (right to left) or LTR (left to right) The applied lang attribute to the generated HTML output For more information on the HTML lang attribute, visit wwww3org/TR/REC-html40/struct/ dirlanghtml Required No No
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