1. Access managed bean from separate web application on same server? stackoverflow.com
I have two applications. The first called app1 is a JSF 1.2 application. The second called app2 is a basic Servlet application. Is it possible to access a specific managed session ...
2. Viewing the contents of Session, Application and Request Bean stackoverflow.com
It would make a lot of sense to be able to monitor the contents of Session, Application and Request Bean while developing a JSF app but as far as I know, ...
3. jsp, servlets, faces and beans? stackoverflow.com
i´ve read a little about java's structure and could someone tell me if my view of all these components are correct:
4. JSF - get managed bean by name stackoverflow.com
I'm trying to write a custom servlet (for AJAX/JSON) in which I would like to reference my
5. JSF Managed Beans in a Servlet stackoverflow.com
Is there a way to access JSF managed beans from a servlet?
6. Open Popup from servlet or jsf managed bean? stackoverflow.com
hello Is there any way to open a popup from a servlet I have an asynchronous process running , and I need to somehow notify the user when finished, without having to refresh ...
7. How to access managed bean and session bean from Servlet stackoverflow.com
Here is how my
8. JSF vs. plain JSP + Beans? stackoverflow.com
I have the option of doing my next project in either JSF or JSP. Other languages/frameworks are not an option. I don't want to use any of the visual component libraries like ...
9. How to call servlet or web service from JSF backing bean? stackoverflow.com
I seriously cannot find the correct way to do this. I have this method and it works, but it seems kind of a work around to do something so basic.
10. In jsf 1.2, defining a locale from bean causes IllegalStateException in getOutputStream stackoverflow.com
I'm trying to understand how this happens and how to solve it. I have a jsf request bean with a jsp page that looks like this: (Summarized)
the backing bean code:
11. Java EE 6: How to inject ServletContext into managed bean stackoverflow.com
(Java EE 6 with Glassfish 3.1) I have a property file that I want to process only once at start up time, so I did this
12. How to register a JSF managed bean programmatically? stackoverflow.com
I'd like to register/add a Managed Bean class programmatically (from within a Servlet init()) into application scope. How can I do that with JSF 1.2?
13. Servlet created JSF bean coderanch.com
I hope I understood you correctly... I assume you want to construct a Bean (within the servlet) and store it in some context (application, session or request) and then have a JSF-page access it using the "normal" JSF-expression language. If that is the correct interpretation of your question, then th answer is YES. Configure the bean in jsf's faces-config.xml. The bean-name ...
14. Calling a Managed Bean method from Servlet coderanch.com
15. navigate from jsf(backing bean) to another servlet coderanch.com
16. Accessing JSF sesson bean from a servlet coderanch.com
17. Invoking Servlet from Managed bean coderanch.com
18. how to call a servlet from jsf managed bean? coderanch.com
19. Servlet to Backing bean coderanch.com
20. how to access faces context and backing beans in a servlet filter coderanch.com
21. Calling a servlet from a backing bean coderanch.com
22. Access managed bean from a servlet coderanch.com
Hi I want to invoke a managed bean method in a Servlet. And so I used the following code: final HttpSession session = req.getSession(true); BackingBean bean = (BackingBean ) session.getAttribute("managedBean"); I am able to get the value when the page from where the action has been initiated is not mapped to the backing bean's navigation rule. But in some cases where ...