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oracle coherence does not allow a jsf page to call an backing bean method

ihsan kocak
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Joined: Mar 14, 2012
Posts: 31
hi all, i have a command button:
<p:commandButton action="#{login.doLogin}" value="Giris Yap" ajax="false" style="margin:5px;" />

this doLogin method works well when these codes are DELETED from weblogic.xml:
<session-descriptor>
<cookies-enabled>true</cookies-enabled>
<cookie-domain>.turkcell.com.tr</cookie-domain>
<cookie-comment>Turkcell Session Tracking Cookie </cookie-comment>
<cookie-name>teasession</cookie-name>
<id-length>30</id-length>
<timeout-secs>900</timeout-secs>
<url-rewriting-enabled>true</url-rewriting-enabled>
</session-descriptor>

but for session replication we should write these codes to the weblogic xml.

do you have any idea why these method is not called, even at the beginning of method there is "System.out.println("in loginbean");" in the method but unfortunately this systemout is not called.
Tim Holloway
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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I'm guessing that when you say "oracle", you mean Oracle WebLogic, and not Oracle Database, which is what most people think of.

Since this seems to be a WebLogic-specific question, I'm moving it to the WebLogic forum. You should find people who have better knowledge there.


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