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Field set in action method coming null in JSP

 
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Hi All,

I have run into this weird problem. I am using sun ri 1.1_01 implementation.
I am having problem getting field values from a bean on the jsp page. From my first page I click on a button and it goes to the action method in the managed bean. In this method I set the values of the fields. before returning the view Id, I print these values and everything is set. but when it goes to the next page, it does not display any values.
I have other action methods, where I am setting the same values and I am able to get those values.
The same method was working in a previous version of ear. I don't know what went wrong and it stopped working.

Here is my code of the method




before the return statement, when I log the values of userRequested, it prints the details, but I don't get this value in my jsp...
Is it JSF life cycle bug?
 
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What's the scope of the backing bean?
 
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