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web.xml:


application-Context.xml:


faces-config.xml:


User.java:


UserDAO:


UserBean (as my backing bean) :



index.jsp:


wyswietl.jsp:


After running application, jsf works, in my mysql it creates two tables as I wanted, but I can't save any users no matter how many i add new user from my web application, it doesn't work.
 
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You need to link Spring and JSF together. There's a reference you can put in the faces-config application element that allows the JSF EL processor to see Spring beans, making them inectable into JSF managed beans. I can't recall the name - they recently changed it. However, the older mechanism looked like this:

 
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