JSF IoC container is not that powerful, I prefer to use Spring
and then use
the Spring delegating variable resolver.
You could also write your own JSF variable resolver and then
businessDelegate w/o putting it into scope.
You can accomplish that with standard managed beans my setting the
<managed-bean-scope> on the "businessDelegate" bean to be "none". This
is like the create-every-time mode of Spring ... you always get a new
instance each time the expression is evaluated, and it is never placed
into any scope.
Thanks craig & rick,
As a follow up, is there any way to organize namespaces in
managed-bean-names? Apart from using underscores can I do something
Any better way around that than really long names?
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