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      As of now the JSF configuration is static with limited possibility to alter it
      from the scope of an extension framework or application. This (see url included)
      tries to fix this problem by introducing a central configuration singleton
      object which allows read and write access on the configuration and a set of
      system events which are used to allow implementations and extension frameworks
      to perform the necessary steps upon the configuration change request.

      Below is the link to the proposal from my side which should give an initial
      start to the discussion.

      http://people.apache.org/~werpu/Proposal%20Configuration.pdf

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        changed rev to 2.1

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            • Issue 241 has been marked as a duplicate of this issue. ***
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        From issue 241

        AJ> I would like to see a MBean to query an applications runtime setup
        AJ> (in relation to JSF). Basically this would be read-only.

        AJ> Exception: ManagedBean-Attributes. The configured attributes of a
        AJ> managed bean with scope application should be editable. this would
        AJ> allow to have some control-values in managed beans and be able to
        AJ> control it in a standard way and access it in an easy way in the
        AJ> views.

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        Ed Burns added a comment - From issue 241 AJ> I would like to see a MBean to query an applications runtime setup AJ> (in relation to JSF). Basically this would be read-only. AJ> Exception: ManagedBean-Attributes. The configured attributes of a AJ> managed bean with scope application should be editable. this would AJ> allow to have some control-values in managed beans and be able to AJ> control it in a standard way and access it in an easy way in the AJ> views.
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        triage

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        edburns

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        GlassFish 3.1 M6 at the latest.

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        Move these to 2.2

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        This sort of thing might be the domain of the new Configuration JSR, tentatively lead by Antatole Tesch of Credit Suisse.

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        Ed Burns added a comment - This sort of thing might be the domain of the new Configuration JSR, tentatively lead by Antatole Tesch of Credit Suisse.
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        Closing resolved issue out

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