Package javax.faces.bean

These javadoc files constitute the “Faces Managed Bean Annotation Specification for Containers Conforming to Servlet 2.5 and Beyond”

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Annotation Types Summary
ApplicationScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope<application<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean.

CustomScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope>VALUE<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean, where VALUE is the value of the CustomScoped.value() attribute, which must be an EL expression that evaluates to a Map.

ManagedBean

The presence of this annotation on a class automatically registers the class with the runtime as a managed bean class.

ManagedProperty

The presence of this annotation on a field of a class annotated with ManagedBean instructs the system to inject a value into this property as described in section JSF.5.3 of the spec prose document in the <managed-property> subsection.

NoneScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope<none<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean.

ReferencedBean

The presence of this annotation on a class is equivalent to the referenced-bean element in the application configuration resources.

RequestScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope<request<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean.

SessionScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope<session<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean.

ViewScoped

When this annotation, along with ManagedBean is found on a class, the runtime must act as if a <managed-bean-scope<view<managed-bean-scope> element was declared for the corresponding managed bean.

 

Package javax.faces.bean Description

These javadoc files constitute the “Faces Managed Bean Annotation Specification for Containers Conforming to Servlet 2.5 and Beyond”

At the time of this writing, a forthcoming JCP effort is being planned to extract the specification for managed beans from JSF and place it into its own specification. To account for this effort and to avoid introducing classes into JSF 2.0 that would have to be deprecated when this effort is complete, implementations of JSF 2.0 are not required to implement the “Faces Managed Bean Annotation Specification for Containers Conforming to Servlet 2.5”. However, JSF implementations are strongly encouraged to implement this specification, as it provides significant improvements in ease of use.

The annotations must be processed as specified in section JSF.11.5.1.



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