When you refactor a method that is annotated with a JSR-296 @Action (and thus used by UI elements) NetBeans fails to
refactor the action due to it being burried inside a string token:
This can be hard to spot since there is no warning or error of any kind, the application simply stops invoking any action.
IMO this should be handled by separate refactoring plugin
We should support renaming the action methods by updating the name everywhere. It is a known limitation of the current
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 106831 ***