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Just recently I encountered an weird problem. I made a html frameset page that contains two jsps. One of them is a menu tree. The other shows the content after i click the item of the tree.
After finishing the editing of the content page, I click the button, which associate to a backing bean method, on the content page to submit the change to the database. However, the button seems not reacting to my action. I checked the log and found that I did not even enter the associated method. The process went to the "restore view" phase, and then jump to "render response" directly.
The backing bean associated with the content page is in request scope.
I have no idea why this happened. Any help is appreciated. Thank you.
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