This looked interesting. It might narrow the problem down to a specific part of the page.
Helpful hint: use the "id" attribute on your controls. Otherwise you get a useless randomly generated ID back in the error messages and it's much harder to locate the offending element.
I also started using Facelets, since one of their selling points was better JSF error messages. A nice bonus was it finally made Tiles useful to me!
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Joined: Apr 24, 2004
Hello, The problem comes from here:
I keep resetting the label of si_1 instead of setting it for si_2 and si_3.
Joined: Jan 06, 2009
I got this error..
Argument Error: Parameter text is null
java.lang.NullPointerException: Argument Error: Parameter text is null
At last I find out I have one drop down that is populated by one list. but i saw that one item of that list itemLabel is null. every time it tries to render but it cant. so I suggest make sure your itemLabel may not set by null value. for addintional info i gave here sample code..