Reading few posts it looks like in SWF 1.0, if flow scope was modified as part of render actions in View State it wont be actually saved in the repository and hence wont be available in the next state but in SWF 2.0 you can actually save those changes. Is that correct? In general, I would not like render actions to modify flow scope and instead it should only concentrate on rendering as part of the Redirect To Get request. Any reason why it was changed?
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