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francisco roman
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Joined: Jun 22, 2005
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Hi guys,
In your opinion, doesn it make sense to populate a backing bean from another backing bean? And if it does, how would you do it?

Rick Beaver
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I have done something like this using Session scoped beans (not sure about application scoped beans)

You can access an existing Session scoped bean by using Session.getAttribute(String attribute) where the argument is the EL name in faces-config.xml.

That is the method I use for accessing Session scoped backing beans from other code.

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francisco roman
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is Session available in a generic backing bean? so it seems from
your message.
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