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Error: Target Unreachable, identifier 'StoreNameBean' resolved to null

 
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Hi,

I have a problem with my very simple first JSF app.
when I access page, I get the following error.

org.apache.jasper.el.JspPropertyNotFoundException: /inputname.jsp(15,3) '#{StoreNameBean.personName}' Target Unreachable, identifier 'StoreNameBean' resolved to null

what's the problem? I searched google, but couln't find any solution.

I have all necessary libraries in project, and I am using jsf 1.2.

jsf page:


faces-config.xml


web.xml
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Change the bean scope form the request to session in faces config file and try it out
 
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The problem is resolved when i changes the scope to session.Can you explain me the reason.
Thanks
Raj
 
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I don't know why changing the scope fixed it, but I do know that "StoreNameBean" is not a proper name for a backing bean. StoreNameBean is an instance, not a class, so its name should be a lower-case letter. JSF will usually accept a mis-capitalized name, but some of the development tools will not, and JSF annotations won't accept such names by default.
 
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