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navigation problem

merve klug

Joined: Oct 07, 2009
Posts: 17
i know this is a very simple issue but i can do nothing to solve.

some lines from faces-config.xml

some lines from start.jsp

some lines from mybean

i tried by deleting

. i expect it to go to stop.jsp when i click the submit button. but it sometimes works.
sometimes goes into start.jsp again and again and again. it does not return any exceptions or errors.
i have another project with everything same, it works fine.

what may the problem be?
merve klug

Joined: Oct 07, 2009
Posts: 17
hi again,

i have done some controlled experiments with my form controls in start.jsp.
and i found out that my selectOneRadios are the problem.
the content of them are shown excellently but when i want select one radio and click the submit to navigate another page it does not go. it shows the same page again and again.

start.jsp is here:

code from

i fill the lists in an appropriate way. i am sure because there is no problem with their appearance.
does not it have to assign the selected value to my "selected_item_si" when i click at the one of the items in first selectOneRadio?
if you say that i must use a converter, i do not know to use a converter. also, i do not think i need it because a few days ago, i saw that it work properly.

there is a instability.

thanks for reading a so long post.
any help would be appreciated.
merve klug

Joined: Oct 07, 2009
Posts: 17
i have learned that i should use converter or map.
now i am trying something about converter.
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