Hi. I've been working with Seam recently and temporary conversations still confuse me. In our project we're using ExternalContext.redirect() to redirect the user to the response page. From what I've read, a Seam conversation ends when the render response phase is called. But then I read somewhere else that: Seam transparently propagates the conversation context (including the temporary conversation context) across JSF postbacks and redirects. So what happens when I redirect to the same page is that commandLinks have the same conversationId appended to its action url always. I've tried to end the temp conversation with <f:param name="conversationPropagation" value="none"/>, as the page says, but that causes that when the redirected page is rendered, the conversation context is already fred and a bean we where using can't be no longer used in the response. So what I want to know, is that if there's a way to end the conversation with a redirect and mantain the context until the rendering of the response? If not, when does a temp conversation really end? Because since the conversation context is propagated through redirects and postbacks, then it seams to me it will never end.