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JSTL does not play well with JSF. In almost all cases, JSF has its own solution and JSTL isn't the best solution in any case, but because JSTL is designed to work with JSPs and not JSF View Templates, it can be very frustrating, regardless.
It's also very bad practice to put logic in the View Definition.
Here's a cleaner solution:
This requires adding a public "getQtdeValid()" method to the document backing bean (Model) that returns "yes" or "no".
An IDE is no substitute for an Intelligent Developer.