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I cannot see the BackingBeans

 
Arjun Reddy
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Hi All,

I am learning JSF and I read that we can find the BackingBeans here,
JSFProject > Java Resources > Java Sources > pagecode package. But I do not see any.

I am using RAD 7.0 IDE and all I see is Java Resources:src and under that, I see Libraries that's it.

Anybody have any idea where I can find the BackingBeans?/

Thanks.
 
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Maybe they're hidden by some filter? Maybe you're viewing in the wrong perspective? Who knows. Follow a RAD/JSF course. Or much better, forget that visual editor at all, switch to souce mode and write the code yourself. As long as you don't have a good grasp on JSF, visual editors would only lead to more confusion and trouble.
 
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Ok Bauke. But does any one know why I am unable to see them tho exactly?/
 
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Maybe they're hidden by some filter? Maybe you're viewing in the wrong perspective?
 
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Originally posted by Bauke Scholtz:
Maybe they're hidden by some filter? Maybe you're viewing in the wrong perspective?


I am in J2EE perspective and filters, I don't know anything about them. So maybe I am not using one. Strange thing is I do not see the backing beans even on my hard drive. Anybody knows why?/
 
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Um... Guess I got confused here. Managed beans are nothing but backing beans right? I see the bean I created tho. silly me.

Am I correct?/

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A managed bean is a backing bean instance in a certain scope, yes.
 
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