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Zein Nunna
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Hi guys,

Could somone please post a code sample/instrcutions or a link to how I would access a session object in my JSF bean.

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Zein
 
Richard Green
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To get the session object:
 
Zein Nunna
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Thank you for your reply Richard

I'd just like to post the following link, on sessions, variables, backking beans etc. link

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Zein
 
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Hi guys... I rearly sufferd with getting jsf frame work handled bean object refernce. But i got the solution. Hope it will usefull to all.
To get that reference object you have to manitain the <managed-bean> as applicaton scope


public class Report {

Report report;
int count;

public void updateCount()
{
FacesContext facesContext = FacesContext.getCurrentInstance();
Application app = facesContext.getApplication();
ValueBinding vlBinding = app.createValueBinding("#{report}");
Report uObj = (Report) vlBinding.getValue(facesContext);
uObj.setCount(uObj.getCount() + 1);
}
}

Can send feedback to ranjithraj.d@gmail.com
 
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