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Can not display XHTML page in the result of my query. I suspect that my bean is wrong, or I am not able to connect me with PostgreSQL. Below my files and beans.

My ManagedBean(MB)

My DAO

My DAOImplementation

My AbstractDAO(Implementation of DAO)

My XHTML(I posted one piece of code)

And my Persistence
 
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You've got 100+ lines of code, and no clear question anywhere. I'm not surprised you haven't gotten a response.

Your job, when you post a question, is to make it as EASY as possible for folks to help you. the easier you make it, the more likely you are to get that help.

Is there any way you can reduce the amount of code someone would need to look at?

The statement "I suspect that my bean is wrong, or I am not able to connect me with PostgreSQL" seems rather broad as well. If you suspect that your bean is wrong, in what way do you think this is so? What evidence do you have to make such a statement - or is that simply a WAG?

"I am not able to connect me with PostgreSQL" - does that mean you think the technology is incapable, or does it mean you think your specific implementation doesn't work? And again, what evidence do you have to make such statements?
 
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