EntityBeans does not show row update.

Hello,
I make an EntityBean
I make a EntityFacade SessionBean for it.
I make a servlet that through EntityFacade call the findAll() method..
When I run the servlet, it show the row contained in the EntityBean correspondent Database Table.
When I add a row in database table and refresh the servlet browser page, the new row appear in a browser.
When I update a field row in database table and refresh the servlet browser page, the update does'nt appear in a browser.
Why?What is cached?

Well, I'm not sure if this would be the best approach, but you could create a servlet and send to that servlet the ID of the entity bean you just modified; in the servler (preferably using a session facade or business delegate) :
1. find the entity bean (EntityManager find())
2. refresh the entity bean (EntityManager refresh())

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