How to reference the value of a < af:inputText > to the level of the view in a java class

How to reference the value of a < af:inputText > to the level of the view in a java class to level model? Thank you!

Hello!
1: you must close this topic and open another... :))) and game question calls for a response (if my answer is correct: set my answer - correct answer)...

2nd: for example in your java class in view level:

links BindingContainer private;

public BindingContainer {} getBindings()
If (this.bindings == null) {}
FacesContext fc = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance ();
This.Bindings =
(BindingContainer) fc.getApplication () .evaluateExpressionGet (CF,
"#{bindings}."
BindingContainer.class);
}
Return this.bindings;
}

Public Sub UseSetMyParam()
{
Fcab FacesCtrlActionBinding = (FacesCtrlActionBinding) getBindings () .getControlBinding ("setMyParam");
fcab.doIt ();
}

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