8 Replies Latest reply on Feb 17, 2009 8:58 PM by Francisco Jose Peredo Noguez

    Seam page actions: Does Seam provide ability to not call them on partial page re-render

    Ajay Gupta Newbie

      In one of my Seam/JSF/EJB3 based web application, some of our developers are using Seam page actions to load objects from the database so they can then use the data  loaded to render the page. Once the page is rendered, there are some icons on the screen that allow the user to create additional objects on the screen.  We handle such scenarios through AJAX. The problem is that the Seam page actions are still getting called even in cases of AJAX requests. is there a way in Seam to disable Seam page actions in case of partial page re-render. If so, some examples or links might be useful.


      I acknowledge that using Seam page actions to load objects from the database is not the bad design but we cannot move to an alternative approach right now due to time constraints.