JSF - Converters

Java Conceptuel Diagram


Converters are used to convert data that is received from the input components.

JSF converters convert Java objects to strings and back.


The @FacesConverter annotation was introduced in JSF 2.0 and it serves to mark the annotated class as a JSF converter.

You can create an inner class annotated with the @FacesConverter annotation to implement a converter.

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