thanks fernando, got it now - (a single row that is :)
I did not know that Set could not be used: I had read this in the seam documentation:
| Exposes an attribute of type List, Map, Set or Object as a JSF DataModel into
the scope of the owning component (or the EVENT scope if the owning component is
STATELESS). In the case of Map, each row of the DataModel is a Map.Entry.
| . . .
| | And infered (wrongly) that Set was also supported directly.
| | So, it should probably work if I obtain the Set from the parent bean (where I
'out' it) and 'out' the detail Set as a DataModel using Seam Annotation.
| | Am I on the right track?
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