Sometimes, I need to render a JavaScript variable using EL in a JSF page.  E.g.  <script>var foo = '#{bean.foo}';</script>   or  <h:xxx ... onclick="foo('#{bean.foo}')" />   This fails with a JS syntax erro...
how to add el code and jstl code to the textbox generated dyanmically like ${fn:escapeXml(param.foo)} as value of textbox....
I have several WebSockets endpoints such as,  wss://localhost:8181/ContextPath/Push   All of such endpoint URLs are hard-coded in separate, external JavaScript files (.js). These JavaScript files are included in respective XHTML files as and when req...
I found this question and answer Mixing JSF EL in a JavaScript file  The question was asked over 2 years ago so was wondering if there are any further alternatives with JSF 2.0.  I've been looking at using   <h:outputStylesheet>    for incl...
So, I am trying to pass a Set into a .jsp page using Spring and JSP EL, and then assign the members of the set to a Javascript array to use later in client-side scripts.   For example, if I have the Java Set      exampleSet: { "A", "B"...
I have a an object stored in the model called "domain", which has two methods, getDescriptionEn() and getDescriptionFr().  I need the description depending on the current locale.  Here is my problem, I have the following:  var locale = "$...
I have a variable ${bean.name} how can i pass it to a javascript var? I've tried  var name = "${bean.name}"  and  var name = ${bean.name} but it does not work.  my idea is to put it in a hidden input like  in a hidden <input id="te...
The onclick attribute of my commandButton has some EL dependent Javascript inside. To be more specific, here is that piece of code:  <p:commandButton     onclick="javascript: if('#{userBean.user.friendList.size() gt 0}' == 'true...
I have a javascript file, where I have collected login- and other user profile ajax calls that needs to be available on all of the pages in my web application.  For all of my ajax calls, I need the context path of the webapp to get the correct URL. A...
Wow, the title is quite a mouth full. Let me explain. I have a .jsp page, on this page is a JavaScript <script ..> element and inside the JavaScript there is an EL expression (${..}). The code looks like this:  <script type="text/javascr...

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