JSF 2.0 Explicit Navigation

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SF 2.0 Explicit navigation

Explicit navigation in JSF is setting the navigation rule in the JSF-CONFIG.xml. We have described an example below to describe the explicit navigation. We created a landing page called index.xhtml which has two buttons, home and dashboard as shown below. When a user clicks the button home, the page moves to home.xhtml and when a user clicks the button dashboard, the page moves to dashboard page using the navigation rules mentioned in the faces-config.xml.

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Index.xhtml

Mentioned two command button, where action attribute point to the managed bean goHome() and goDashboard()

 

Managed Bean

 

 

Faces-config.xml

 

 

Home.xhtml

 

Dashboard.xhtml

 

Download Source Code:  JSF Page navigation

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By | 2016-02-26T00:12:47+00:00 February 25th, 2016|Categories: JSF|0 Comments
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