Beans injection

Normally, solutions depend on the concrete functional requirements, but finding the right solutions is what makes the difference between developers. Sometimes, developers get stuck or make mistakes when they work with objects in a scope that uses objects from another scope. From the following figure, you can seek some guidance for dealing with some of the most popular cases:

Beans injection


As you can see, there are some restrictions. As a general rule in JSF, don't use objects that have shorter lifespan than the objects you are calling it from. In other words, use objects whose lifespan is the same as, or longer than, the object being injected ...

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