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Default passing parameters from command link to input Text

Hi every body

I am new to jsf.. can any body tell how to pass parameters from command link in one page to input text in another page.. my code is

<hx:commandLink action="" id="faql" event="event1">
                <h:outputText id="f_id" value="ABC"/>
                <f:param name="paramname" value="idABC" />
                </hx:commandLink>

when i click on this hyper link it will lead to another jsp which contains one input text.. the parameter which i ll pass in command link should be displayed in that input text like

<h:inputText id="gpname" value="${param.id=="idabc"}" required="true">
<f:attribute name="fieldRef" value="Enter the Group Name" />
</h:inputText>

It is giving error like "unable to locate tag attribute info for tag attribute idabc..can any body ssuggest solution??





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