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Hi, I'm having a lot of problems with this situation:
Every time a blah.faces page is called I need to destroy/reset the session-scope back bean associated in order to get a clean bean (without garbage data from old requests) . The page can be accessed: - from other page - writing the url - from the "back" button
I read a lot of post about similar situations but I haven't found the correct answer yet. I've found things like:
- using a kind of hack to write the destroy/reset() logic into the get method of a hidden component. (the problem is that the get method is called several times) - phaseListeners - PostConstruct annotations ...
I don't know if there is another way to solve this problem so if somebody can help me I'll be so thankful.
P.S:Using myfaces 1.1.5 implementation __ This is my firs message here, hi everybody. Sorry about any writing mistakes.
[ September 05, 2008: Message edited by: Octavio Martinez ]
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