[seam-dev] dealing with Set properties in JSF

Pete Muir pmuir at redhat.com
Wed Sep 24 04:57:37 EDT 2008

This has been fixed already in JSF2.

On 23 Sep 2008, at 19:39, Dan Allen wrote:

> I have added an issue to the JSF2 page that has bothered me since day
> one about JSF. As an application developer, I should not care that my
> collection bound to a JSF data table is a java.util.Set vs a
> java.util.List. I don't care that Set is not an indexed collection or
> that the order might not be guaranteed (I'll use a LinkedHashSet or
> TreeSet if I need that behavior). I have a collection and I want to
> stuff it in a table. End of story. I have said as much in this P2
> issue.
> http://seamframework.org/Documentation/JSF2#H-ProperCoverageOfCollectionsInUIDataP2
> -Dan
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