You provided too much information in one respect but not enough in another respect. Specifically, I cannot tell what the JSF scope of "tesztBean" is.
You probably did what most JSF newbies do and declared it as Request scope.
Request scope is almost totally useless in JSF, since a request scope object is destroyed at the end of the current HTTP processing request and a new request scope object is created for the next HTTP processing request. That means that the updates that were done to the previous instance of tesztBean would be lost.
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posted 5 years ago
I resolved my problem,
The problem was:
I modifed jsf page:
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