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what is the page scope? Is it request, and if, would it change the behavior if it was a broader scope? I didn't find a bug filed on this issue, so there must be something causing it.
Forgive me, but I'm not following you on the scope question. Do you mean the scope of the backing bean? It is request scope. The menu model is application scope. I'm not able to change the backing bean to a broader scope, as I am injecting the binding container property (which is of request scope). Unfortunately I cannot remove any of the invokeAction's in the page definition, as they are essential to the page function. Is there a way I can trace what operation is being invoked that is invalid?
I am not sure whether I have a certain answer. Why not make the Backing Bean scope as backingBean and see?
Thanks, this issue was for 10g and has since been solved long ago.
Ur patience is pretty cool............ :)
U got a solution after a looooooooooooooooooooong time......... :)
I am also having this issue. I am using jdev 22.214.171.124.0(latest). Is this due to some problem with the scope or some issue with jdeveloper.
Hooray - waking up a 6-year-old thread.
Vignesh - you should post a new thread with the details of your problem (you haven't given any in this post)
allow this thread to rejoin it's friends in peaceful slumber