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Session-scoped Backing Bean

 
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Dear All,

Should I show in my diagrams the Session-scoped Backing Bean that will maintain the state of the user or not ?

If yes, then there will be some questions following !
 
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That's part of how you are using JSF, so I think you should show it. Part 3 won't have questions on that decision though as the questions are higher level and pertain to any assignment.
 
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In the Java EE 5 tutorial case study, The Duke's Bank Application, the EJBs have been injected only in the Session-scoped Backing Bean.
Is there any reason behind that ? or can I injects my EJBs in other Backing Beans even if they were Request-scope ?
If yes, then there will be some questions following !
Thanks
 
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Luay Abdulraheem wrote:In the Java EE 5 tutorial case study, The Duke's Bank Application, the EJBs have been injected only in the Session-scoped Backing Bean.
Is there any reason behind that ? or can I injects my EJBs in other Backing Beans even if they were Request-scope ?
If yes, then there will be some questions following !
Thanks



I also have the same question. Can any one comment ?
 
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