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Jumping past phases 2, 3, 4, and 5?

 
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This is a followup to this problem

https://coderanch.com/t/522108/JSF/java/commandButton-action-not-working

The problem occurs only in IE and not in Firefox. Here is my very simplified code



The redirect bean is pretty basic and a print statement in the redirect bean indicates that it is never reached.
It returns a string ONDList which is then used to navigate to ONDList.xhtml.

I set up a phase listener to compare what happens when it works (Firefox) and when it doesn't (IE), but I don't understand what this means or how to begin fixing it.

Here is the phaselistener output from Firefox. The redirectBean prints a string "REDIRECTING to ONDList" which you see after the first set of phases completes and the lifecycle for the redirect begins. So here it is, the working one:



Now here is the phase listener output for when I do the same operation in IE. It's missing phases 2, 3, 4, and 5 and of course does not redirect. What does this mean? Can I use this info to help me solve my problem? JBoss tech support is unable to reproduce the problem. :-(



I'm running out of ideas! Well, I ran out of ideas already. Help?

Tanya
 
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