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JSF/Facelet managed bean - how do execute "lazy loading"

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I have a bunch of beans that are within the "request" scope of the JSF application.

Since every bean in request scope is instantiated with every request, puting the Database loading call in the contructor seems to be only way to ensure that by the time the JSF/Facelet page is be rendered that the actual "row data" is present.

Are there any other ways to get a "call back" later on in the lifecycle - but before the renderering of the JSF?
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