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Problems caused by wrong Bean Scopes are often hard to trace and require profound knowledge of the JSF framework (and the fundamental principles of web applications in general).

This is why particularly developers new to JSF get easily in trouble by excessively using Session Scoped Beans.

element declares the usage contract for a composite component.

Optionally, and at the component author's discretion, this contract exposes the features of one or more inner components to the page author.

See chapter Writing a Method to Handle a Value-Change Event to learn about the responsibilities of a component writer.The best way to get a feel for what each effect does is to run them interactively.Managed Bean: Effects Bean In this bean, we create a property of available Effects and assign in form to show. Managed Bean; // Note that the names for this bean (f Bean1, f Bean2, f Bean3) are // are defined in The implementation is not required to support “re-mapping” of names in a nested composite component.For example, consider this nested composite component.When starting with JSF one of the common pitfalls is how to pass values or parameters efficiently.In many cases developers end up putting Managed Beans in Session Scope to share Bean attributes though more appropriate solutions are available.The tag represents an input form component, which allows the user to input some data and submit it to the server, usually by clicking a button.All UI component tags that represent editable components (such as text fields and menus) must be nested inside the For more information on the standard validators included with Java Server Faces technology, see Using the Standard Validators.Admittedly, putting all your Managed Beans in Session Scope may be a working solution for some problems encountered while developing web applications with JSF.But it bears a high potential for undesired behavior, which is mostly not noticed until real problems arise.