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hi,
in my project we are using jsf+ Hibernate+primefaces , the thing is in prime faces if we want to show datatable they have giving pre defined components, for every such component we have to pass list ( which contain objects for corresponding row) . From the hibernate we are getting list of object for corresponding table ,


where can i write logic to get Users from hibernate, i shouldn't write it in getUsers right because , i am not showing users in that table but i am also doing some CRUD operations on it so every time i access row from UI getUsers will be called . suggest me the Architecture for this kind of scenario
 
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In JSF managed bean there is an "init()" method which annotate with the @PostConstruct. Then call your own methods to populate lists or whatever.

 
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