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From lu4...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1570425 - /myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext
Date Fri, 21 Feb 2014 02:46:03 GMT
Author: lu4242
Date: Fri Feb 21 02:46:02 2014
New Revision: 1570425

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1570425
Log:
test how to fix documentation

Modified:
    myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext

Modified: myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext?rev=1570425&r1=1570424&r2=1570425&view=diff
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--- myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext
(original)
+++ myfaces/site/cms-site/trunk/content/wiki/core/user-guide/jsf-and-myfaces-howtos/working-with-tables/executing-methods-from-link-or-button-inside-a-table.mdtext
Fri Feb 21 02:46:02 2014
@@ -73,7 +73,7 @@ If you are doing this, and the !DataMode
 your backing bean, then the "action method" that is triggered can
 simply access that member and call its getRowData() method to get the
 object for the &quot;selected row&quot;.</li>
-	<li markdown="true">If the &quot;value&quot; attribute of the h:dataTable
instead
+	<li markdown="1">If the &quot;value&quot; attribute of the h:dataTable instead
 points to a backing-bean method that returns a List or similar collection,
 then the dataTable will internally create a !DataModel to wrap that list.
 You can access this DataModel instance by using the



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