This post demonstrates how to retrieve a attribute from an HTTP Session object in JSF 2.
This post demonstrates how to create customer validation methods in the same @ManagedBean class and use them accordingly.
So you’re using JSF and Spring. You thought your application is modern but then you hit a showstopper bug from either library that you could not retrieve the request parameters. Time to use some old-school Servlet/JSP API. This article demonstrates how to retrieve HttpServletRequest object in JSF.