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JSF 1.1 on WebLogic 10.3

Jason Bell

Joined: Oct 23, 2009
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I have a hx:datatable populated with input fields. Those fields are binded to a managed (session) bean's member data.

The expected behavior is that when I edit the values in the input fields, the member data in the managed bean would change.

However, when I do a submit, and reach the triggered function in the page code, The managed bean still has the old values, and not the updated ones.

I can see the values being submitted in the request if I do "getFacesContext().getExternalContext().getRequest();". But I do not understand why the managed bean isn't being updated.

This problem does not exist If I deploy my application onto WebSphere Application Server. It only happens on WebLogic.

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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