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Ajax behavior/ Conditional rendering

 
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Hi all,

I have got an weird problem in the jsf page. I have used ajax:support for h:selectOneMenu to render portion of the page. Based on the logic, it hides and displays different textboxes (available inside ajax:outputPanel, which wraps two or more h:panelGroup where the condition lies). Each textboxes has their own rich:message too, which I haven't put inside outputPanel as I thought those appear based on the input value of associated textboxes.

Now, the problem I am getting is, when I select one item from the ComboBox, ajax resposes well as it hides according to the logic. But, once I enter some text in the newly appeared field, and tab off, they original test boxes reappear and the new ones get lost.

Here is the code also:



Also, when I submit this form, even if bean.someMethod is 'somthing', only the top h:paneGroup gets appeared.

Thank you!
 
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I always forget to mention this~~ I am using JSF 1.2 with Richfaces.
 
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