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Spring reset portlet state

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Happy New Year Guys,

I'm having some problems with spring and I was hoping you could enlighten me.
I've been searching all over the internet and I haven't found a solution to this, but I'm kind of new and maybe I'm looking for the wrong things.

My problem: I have a Spring portlet (org.springframework.web.portlet.DispatcherPortlet) and it has 2 views. The first displays some personal data and the other allows the changing of personal data. The problem is: I go into the view to change personal data on the portlet, after that I navigate on some other page and I come back to the portlet I find the change personal data view. I know this is the proper behaviour of the portlet (as it remembers it's last state); but what I really need is to display the personal data when I return to the portlet (practically to reset the state of the portlet).

How could I do this? are there any workarounds? Even the smallest suggestion could help.

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