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//Function to call as follow :
//setRichTableSelectedRowAttributeValue("YOUR_TABLE_JSF_ID", "YOUR_VO_ATTRIBUTE_NAME", "THE_NEW_VALUE_TO_SET");
public void setRichTableSelectedRowAttributeValue(String tableID, String attributeName, Object newAttributeValueToSet) {
Object value = null;
RichTable richTable = (RichTable)JSFUtils.findComponentInRoot(tableID);
if (richTable != null) {
RowKeySet rks = richTable.getSelectedRowKeys();
Iterator it = rks.iterator();
while (it.hasNext()) {
List selectedRowKeyPath = (List);
Row row = ((JUCtrlHierNodeBinding)richTable.getRowData(selectedRowKeyPath)).getRow();
row.setAttribute(attributeName, newAttributeValueToSet); //Be sure that the attributeName is defined in the VO to avoid errors
//Note : The attributeName is the name of the table column as written in the View Object (It is case sensitive)
//The function use the findComponentInRoot util, usually set in a bean called JSFUtils. If you don't have it already here it is:
* Method find in the JSFUtils ADF toolkit
* Locate an UIComponent in view root with its component id. Use a recursive way to achieve this.
* @param id UIComponent id
* @return UIComponent object
public static UIComponent findComponentInRoot(String id) {
UIComponent component = null;
if (id != null) {
FacesContext facesContext = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
if (facesContext != null) {
UIComponent root = facesContext.getViewRoot();
if (root != null) {
component = findComponent(root, id);
return component;
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