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Default Using JSF in javascript

Hello Everyone,

Is there any way I can use JSF in javascript.I want one of the following to work

1)How can I use a statement like <var name="#{userAdminBean.username}"> in a javascript function?

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2)How can I trigger a javascript function from the body of a html file depending on the value I get from a managed bean? ie something like

if "#{userAdminBean.username}"=="java" then <javascript function>


Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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