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It depends on the bean's scope. JSF beans are just ordinary session, request and application scope objects, you you'd gain access to them exactly the same as you would for non-JSF beans. For example, "session.getAttribute("myjsfbean")".
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my jsf bean scop is session level and I tried this but not working