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Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling User Guide
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JSF HTML Tag Library Support


The following table of attributes for the JSF HTML tag library indicates whether or not the attribute value is supported for either validation or content assist:

Attribute Validation Content Assist
action Y Y
actionListener Y N
binding Y N
border Y N
cellpadding Y N
cellspacing Y N
cols Y N
converter Y Y
dir Y Y
disabled Y Y
escape Y N
first Y Y
frame Y Y
globalOnly Y Y
height Y N
id Y N
immediate Y Y
ismap Y Y
layout Y Y
maxlength Y N
readonly Y Y
redisplay Y Y
rendered Y Y
rows Y N
rules Y Y
shape Y Y
showDetail Y Y
showSummary Y Y
size Y N
tabindex Y N
type Y N - except for commandButton
validator Y Y
value Y N
valueChangeListener Y N
width Y N
size Y N
  • Any attribute not explicitly mentioned here does not support validation or content assist in this release. Most "pass-through" HTML values, as you can see, are not.
  • "Boolean" type attributes are validated according to the JSP specification which uses Boolean.valueOf(StringValue). This means that seemingly invalid Strings as boolean evaluate to false. ex. "blue" means false



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Tag Library Support
JSF Core Library

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