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  8. Tomahawk Property Inspectors
  9. Tomahawk Tag Reference
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  t:aliasBean
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  t:div
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  t:documentBody
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  t:dojoInitializer
  t:fieldset
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  t:htmlTag
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  t:inputCalendar
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Selected t:inputHidden
  t:inputHtml
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  t:inputText
  t:inputTextHelp
  t:inputTextarea
  t:jsValueChangeListener
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  t:treeCheckbox
  t:treeColumn
  t:treeSelectionListener
  t:updateActionListener
  t:validateCreditCard
  t:validateEmail
  t:validateEqual
  t:validateRegExpr
  t:xmlTransform
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9. Tomahawk Tag Reference

Documentation > Tomahawk > Tomahawk Tag Reference > Tomahawk Tag Library > t:inputHidden

t:inputHidden

<p>The <t:inputHidden> tag extends the HTML hidden field input with some additional features.</p>

Example

<t:inputHidden> </t:inputHidden> 

Tag Attributes

binding Expression
 
The value-binding expression linking this component tag to a backing bean property.
converter Text
 
The converter attribute sets the converter instance to be registered for this component. It must match the converter-id value of a converter element defined in your Faces configuration file.
converterMessage Text
 
Text to be displayed to the user as an error message when conversion of a submitted value to the target type fails. <p> </p>
forceId Text
 
The forceId attribute expects a boolean value, that when set to true, forces the tag to render its ID exactly as specified in the ID attribute. This allows you to apply CSS styles to the tag and to reference it in JavaScript by ID, which is typically not possible using the default JSF component ID naming system. This attribute is false by default.
forceIdIndex Text
 
The forceIdIndex attribute effects the component ID name when this component is rendered at runtime. It expects a boolean value that, when true, causes the component to display an index number in its ID value if the component is in a list. It has a default value of true.
id Text
 
The unique identifier value for this component. The value must be unique within the closest naming container.
immediate Text
 
The immediate attribute is a boolean flag indicating that component events should be sent to registered event listeners immediately rather than after the validation phase of the JSF request processing lifecycle. The immediate flag allows you bypass JSF validation for a particular component.
rendered Text
 
A value-binding expression that evaluates to a Boolean condition indicating if this component should be rendered.
required Text
 
The required attribute is a boolean flag that indicates whether or not the user is required to provide a value for this field before the form can be submitted to the server.
requiredMessage Text
 
Text to be displayed to the user as an error message when this component is marked as "required" but no input data is present during a postback (ie the user left the required field blank).
validator Text
 
The validator attribute accepts a method-binding expression representing a validator method that will be called when the JSF framework validates this component. A validator method must be a public method that takes FacesContext, UIComponent, and Object parameters, with a return type of void.
validatorMessage Text
 
Text which will be shown if validation fails.
value Text
 
The value attribute sets the current value for this component.
valueChangeListener Text
 
The valueChangeListener attribute accepts a method-binding expression representing a value change listener method to be notified when a new value has been set for this input component. A value change listener method must be a public method that takes a ValueChangeEvent parameter, with a return type of void.