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Inject CDI in JSF and Vice Versa

A few simple rules of injection that you should keep in mind with CDI and JSF

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The pacifist approach will combine these two in the same application. In this case, you have two options: to avoid any interaction between the managed beans and CDI beans or, obviously, to encourage the interaction between them for better performance. If you choose the second option, then it is important to keep in mind some simple rules of injection as shown in the following figure:

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