Comments on: How to refer to an Attribute in the Currently Selected Table row in an ADF Faces page – implementing a Generic Row Reader Friends of Oracle and Java Wed, 24 Jun 2015 09:59:44 +0000 hourly 1 By: sagarvt2002 Mon, 09 Jan 2012 02:35:03 +0000 Luca,
CanI have th source code for the Radio buttons and the ajaxing on the master detail

By: Shiva Fri, 25 Feb 2011 09:24:45 +0000 Hi,
I used the above soln “#bindings.EmployeeView1.currentRow.employeeId}” and was able to access the value.
My doubt is that how “employeeId” got resolved to “EmployeeId”. ie, “E” changed to “e”
Its very confusing to follow it. Is there convetion used how EL expression resolves the names.


By: Alexis Fri, 05 Feb 2010 20:59:58 +0000 Asim solution works great and very simple!

By: Asim Ghaffar SHAGHAB Wed, 23 Jul 2008 11:42:47 +0000 trivial issues have trivial solutions :)

text=”Employees in the selected Department #{bindings.DeptView1.currentRow.dname}” <– Wrong: as it is rowImpl
text=”Employees in the selected Department #{bindings.DeptView1.currentRow.dataProvider.dname}” <– works like charm

By: Steve Wed, 31 Jan 2007 18:04:39 +0000 If “Dname” is an attribute binding in the current page’s binding container bound to the “Dname” attribute of the DeptViewIterator iterator binding, then you should also just be able to use the EL expression “#{bindings.Dname.inputValue}” to reference the value of the Dname of the current row in that iterator. In your example, you won’t already have that attribute value binding in your page def if you only have two ADF Faces tables (since they both use Table/Range bindings). You can create the attribute value binding by selecting the “bindings” folder in the Structure Window of the page definition and using “Insert Inside bindings > attributeValues” right mouse menu pick.