and read "RichFaces. Developers Guide"
Thank you Sergey for you answer.
I am afraid that was not what I want to know.
I wrote my own component I now I need to use the support tag to catch all onchange events from my 8 select one menus but I do not know how those attributes get the ajax request call written.
So how can I attach the tag written in JSF to my components created in my own tag?
a4j:support attaches to the event defined with attribute. So, if you have the onchange attribute, you can say a4j:support event="onchange" and that is all you need.
For example, if this code works:
<mylib:mytag onchange="alert('I am working')" />
this will work as well:
<mylib:mytag> <a4j:support event="onchange" ...... /> </mylib:mytag>
thank you very much. that was what I wanted to know and my component is working now.
Good to know that your component is working now :-)