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From Volker Weber <>
Subject Re: FacesMessage with severity ERROR do not prevent calling an action method
Date Wed, 20 Jan 2010 13:37:17 GMT
Hi Madhav,

the livecycle did not depend on messages in the context. To prevent
executing actions and direct skip to renderPhase you need to call


e.g. in your putMessage() method.


2010/1/20 Madhav Bhargava <>:
> Hi,
> I am using myfaces 1.1, icefaces 1.8.1 on WAS 6.0
> The controller (backing bean) action methods handle RuntimeException from the service
layer. Depending on the exception an exception handler will put an appropriate message into
> For that I have created a utility method:
> public static void putMessage(String key, Severity severity,
>                                String summary, String detail) {
>                FacesContext.getCurrentInstance().addMessage(key,
>                                                new FacesMessage(severity,
summary, detail));
> }
> In the controller this method is used to put messages. When the page is displayed the
messages appear properly. However when a user clicks on a commandButton then the control goes
to the action method bound to the commandButton. This should not happen because there are
FacesMessages with FacesMessage.SEVERITY_ERROR. I checked immediate="true" has not been set
on the commandButton component.
> Is my understanding not correct that if there are FacesMessages with Severity = SEVERITY_ERROR
in the FacesContext then the invoke application phase will not happen and the control would
come back to the current page in error?
> Regards,
> Madhav
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