Tag menuRadio

Renders menu items like radio buttons (select one).
 <tx:menuRadio> <tc:selectItems/> <!-- body --> </tx:menuRadio>
is the short form of
 <tc:menuCommand> <f:facet name="radio"> <tc:selectOneRadio> <tc:selectItems/> <!-- body --> </tc:selectOneRadio> </f:facet> </tc:menuCommand>

Extended tag: org.apache.myfaces.tobago.internal.taglib.MenuRadioTag

Tag Information
Tag Classorg.apache.myfaces.tobago.internal.taglib.extension.MenuRadioExtensionTag
TagExtraInfo Classorg.apache.myfaces.tobago.internal.taglib.component.CommandTagExtraInfo
Body ContentJSP
Display NameNone

(signature must match java.lang.Object action())
Action to invoke when clicked. This must be a MethodBinding or a String representing the application action to invoke when this component is activated by the user. The MethodBinding must evaluate to a public method that takes no parameters, and returns a String (the logical outcome) which is passed to the NavigationHandler for this application. The String is directly passed to the Navigationhandler.
(signature must match void actionListener(javax.faces.event.ActionEvent))
MethodBinding representing an action listener method that will be notified when this component is activated by the user. The expression must evaluate to a public method that takes an ActionEvent parameter, with a return type of void.
(must evaluate to javax.faces.component.UIComponent)
The value binding expression linking this component to a property in a backing bean.
Type: javax.faces.component.UIComponent
(must evaluate to javax.faces.convert.Converter)
An expression that specifies the Converter for this component. If the value binding expression is a String, the String is used as an ID to look up a Converter. If the value binding expression is a Converter, uses that instance as the converter. The value can either be a static value (ID case only) or an EL expression.
Type: javax.faces.convert.Converter
(must evaluate to java.lang.Boolean)
Flag indicating that this element is disabled.
Type: boolean
Default: false
fieldIdfalsetruejava.lang.StringThe component identifier for the input field component inside of the container. This value must be unique within the closest parent component that is a naming container.
Type: java.lang.String
idfalsetruejava.lang.StringThe component identifier for this component. This value must be unique within the closest parent component that is a naming container. For tx components the id will be set to the container (e. g. the panel). To set the id of the input field, you have to use the attribute "fieldId".
Type: java.lang.String
(must evaluate to java.lang.Boolean)
Flag indicating that, if this component is activated by the user, notifications should be delivered to interested listeners and actions immediately (that is, during Apply Request Values phase) rather than waiting until Invoke Application phase.
Type: boolean
Default: false
(must evaluate to java.lang.String)
Text value to display as label. If text contains an underscore the next character is used as accesskey.
Type: java.lang.String
(must evaluate to java.lang.String)
Link to an arbitrary URL
Type: java.lang.String
(must evaluate to java.lang.String)
Script to be invoked when clicked
Type: java.lang.String
(must evaluate to java.lang.Boolean)
Flag indicating whether or not this component should be rendered (during Render Response Phase), or processed on any subsequent form submit.
Type: boolean
Default: true
(must evaluate to java.lang.String[])
Indicate the partially rendered Components in a case of a submit.
Type: java.lang.String[]
(must evaluate to java.lang.Boolean)
Specify, if the command calls an JSF-Action. Useful to switch off the Double-Submit-Check and Waiting-Behavior.
Type: boolean
Default: true
(must evaluate to java.lang.Object)
The current value of this component.
Type: java.lang.Object

No Variables Defined.

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