create a command link and pass arguements. In the apex class you can get the parameters and use the value in your code.

Visual Force Page:

<apex:page controller="showCammand"> <apex:form> <apex:commandLink id="commandLink" action="{!displayName}" value="Show my name"> <apex:param name="Name" value="myName"/> </apex:commandLink> <br/> My name: {!name} </apex:form> </apex:page>
 
Apex Class:
public class showCammand()
{
public String name {get; set;}
public void displayName()
{
name = ApexPages.CurrentPage().getParameters().get('Name');
}
}

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I am Sakthivel Madesh, a certified Salesforce Advanced Developer & Administrator working on Salesforce Technology since 2011. I am currently working in Techforce Services as Sr. Salesforce Developer. I have worked on multiple technologies Like PHP, Java, Salesforce, I am very passionate about Salesforce and to earn 15x Salesforce Certification. I love Trailhead for learning Salesforce Skill and Become a Trailhead 5x Ranger too. I Love to Learn & Share my Salesforce knowledge to Salesforce Learners/Beginner using My Blog and Salesforce Community.

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create a command link and pass arguements. In the apex class you can get the parameters and use the value in your code.

Visual Force Page:








My name: {!name}

 
Apex Class:
public class showCammand()
{
public String name {get; set;}
public void displayName()
{
name = ApexPages.CurrentPage().getParameters().get('Name');
}
}

Written by 

I am Sakthivel Madesh, a certified Salesforce Advanced Developer & Administrator working on Salesforce Technology since 2011. I am currently working in Techforce Services as Sr. Salesforce Developer. I have worked on multiple technologies Like PHP, Java, Salesforce, I am very passionate about Salesforce and to earn 15x Salesforce Certification. I love Trailhead for learning Salesforce Skill and Become a Trailhead 5x Ranger too. I Love to Learn & Share my Salesforce knowledge to Salesforce Learners/Beginner using My Blog and Salesforce Community.

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