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PropertyNotFoundException: Can't set managed bean property

Edward Chen
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Joined: Dec 23, 2003
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I try to seperate JSF view and controller. But I got error message.

I set up a controller class which has page code. And button action will go to controller method.


Faces-config.xml

the error message is

I read this error, I guess it related to the bean scope. But interesting thing is, in the faces-config xml above, if I take out "detailPage" <managed-property>, it will work.

Any advice? Thanks. BTW, I am using RAD6.0 and WAS 6.0 in this project.
 
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