It's not a secret that we don't like JSF (something is very
wrong with whole its design), however we have no choice but to work with it. But
at times to lift hands up is only wish we have working with it.
The last pearl is with check box control:
selectBooleanCheckbox. It turns out that when you disable the control on a
client and assume that its value won't be databound on a server, you're wrong.
Browser does not send the value as you would expect, but JSF (reference
implementation at least) works like this:
private static String isChecked(String value)
where value is null, which means that JSF thinks checkbox is unchecked.
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