p=preview @topherfangio Well that doesn't really make sense for validation since ng-model is not null and required is true.
For example, the user selects Chinese from the first drop-down list. As a result, the second drop-down lists contains the Chinese items.
Result: Explanation: the INDIRECT function returns the reference specified by a text string.
This commonly asked question on the Seam forum refuses to go away — so lets run through the problem, look at the workarounds and what changes would be needed to JSF to make it go away.
JSF allows you to specify a converter for any editable value; the converter converts /from/ an , a generic converter which does the job of converting any JPA entity (mapped with annotations or XML, with a simple or composite key).
I use in-cell dropdowns a lot when I’m making a list of things and I want to classify the values in the list.
For instance: If each of these criteria uses a dropdown list that is well-built, then I’m just a few clicks away from List Analysis Nirvana Via Pivot Tables (LANVPT! I also use in-cell dropdowns when I’m giving the recipients of the spreadsheet some simple controls over what is displayed and how.Here's what we are trying to achieve: The user selects Pizza from a drop-down list. As a result, a second drop-down list contains the Pizza items. The ng-options doesn't contain any item with the value zero. Because it doesn't function it makes the whole form invalid. status Form.status2.$error should be an empty object at that point but its not.By Steve Suehring, Janet Valade Validating web form data from drop-downs (or select/option elements), radio buttons, or check boxes should be done in the PHP.