Re: Prettyfaces + Hibernate + Spring lazy initialization

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Yes, I agree with Christian’s assessment. You’ll either need to use a long-running conversation with Hibernate, store your object in the session (not recommended unless you have performance problems,) or you’ll need to pass the ID of your object via the URL of the edit page.

~Lincoln