Splash › Forums › PrettyFaces Users › Not a PrettyFaces navigation string – passing control to default nav-handler › Re: Not a PrettyFaces navigation string – passing control to default nav-handler
Is your bean perhaps proxied by Spring or something like this? Is there something like Spring’s @Transactional on the class? Or is it an AOP-scoped-proxy?
Actually this exception isn’t caused by PrettyFaces. It seems like the property isn’t accessible via EL expressions. So there seems to be something wrong here.
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