If you know how to use the standard JSF
<h:dataTable> component, then you basically know how to use any data iteration components available in RichFaces. Of course, RichFaces offers a number of features above what the standard data table component provides, such as skin-nability and partial-table updates.
Let's quickly review how the standard
<h:dataTable> works. Basically, the component is bound to a collection and iterates over the collection with the help of the var attribute value. Using
<h:column>, you can specify one or more columns depending on the properties that are available in the object. For example:
<rich:panel style="width:500px"> <f:facet name="header"> Using h:dataTable </f:facet> <h:dataTable ...