Requirement: I have a demo.jsf page. In that page I have three af:outputText. I have a resourceBundle.properties where I have the values for all the three af:outputText. I want to set values to the af:outputText through bean, mean first I will get the resourceBundle.properties values in the java bean (MyBean) and from bean I will set the values to the three af:outputText in the demo.jsf page.
Please note: We can easily set the values to the three af:outputText directly without using the java bean, but there will be a scenarios where it is not advisable to do so. Thinking of those scenarios, I have posted this requirement and its solution.
Solution: For solution to the above requirement follow the below steps:
Step 1: Create an Oracle ADF Fusion Web Application.
Step 2: Create a demo.jsf page in the ViewController project of our application.
Step 3: Drag and drop three af:outputText from the component panel on the demo.jsf page. Please note I have also used one af:panelGroupLayout and two af:spacer, but these two components that is af:panelGroupLayout and af:spacer is just for alignment purpose, and nothing else.
Step 4: Create a resourceBundle.properties and put three key values pair as shown below. These three values I will be displaying in the demo.jsf through Java code.
Step 5: Create a backingBean named “MyBean” and write the below code:
Step 6: Set the values of the three af:outputText in the demo.jsf page as shown below. The value that each af:outputText is referring is defined in the MyBean code.
Step 7: Save all and run the application. Thus, the ran application is shown below.
Hence, the solution to our requirement.
Thanks & Regards,
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