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Calling a method during onload

 
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Hi,

i am new to JSF.

i have 2 JSP Pages and both of them share the same Managed bean.

For Eg.
EnterpriseLogin.jsp
UserLogin.jsp

Both share the same backing bean and managed bean. For enterprise login additional validations are required in the managed bean.
When the user navigates to UserLogin.jsp it should call userLogin(in managed bean) method during onload. Similarly onload of EnterpriseLogin.jsp it should call enterpriseLogin (in managed bean) method.

please suggest me how to achieve this functionality.

Currently i am using 2 different managed bean with common methods present in both of the classes.
For calling a method during onload, i am placing the method call in the constructor of the Managed bean.

thanks
 
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Create two methods for intialization for the each page in your backing bean like as mentioned below. And include your page specific validation code in these methods.

public String getInitEnterpriseLogin() and
public String getInitUserLogin()

And call these methods in your jsp at the begining of the page using h:outputText.

<h:outputText value="#{backingbean.initUserLogin}"/>
 
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