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I am new to JSF and am using Richfaces 3.1.1, netbeans 5.11 with hibernate 3. I would like to have 3 datatables on a page, each within a rich:tab. I would like each table to display a different subset of data from the same table.

What is the best strategy to accomplish this? I have tried using one managed bean and passing it a parameter to be inserted into the HQL as a where clause. Would it be better to create 3 managed beans, one for each subset of data?

I get the feeling I am missing a simple way to do this.

Richard.
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I'm not familiar with RichFaces, but normally when binding data to the datatable, you do just that, so you can use the same bean, although the data you display may not be reset for each table (that's a function of the bean implementation).
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