In WTP JSF project, you can create JSF library with wizard, then add jsf-runtime you wish
and use it. But it also provides
default runtime, while creating the Dynamic Web Project with JSF facet.
Maybe exadel could do this;
----- Original Message ----
From: Max Rydahl Andersen <max.andersen(a)redhat.com>
To: Igor Shabalov <ishabalov(a)exadel.com>
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2007 1:21:24 PM
Subject: Re: [jbosstools-dev] JSF 188.8.131.52 Reference Impl vs JSF 1.2
Igor Shabalov wrote:
4.2.0 have JSF 1.2 under the hood by default. It is not expected to
be compatible with any JSF 1.1 templates.
We need some way to prevent deploying incompatible projects. I'd love to throw JSF
1.1 away completely, but I suspect
that users of 4.0.5 will not appreciate such radical solution.
Isn't that was project facets are for in WTP ?
There the runtime tells you what it can actually support.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Marshall
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 3:22 PM
Subject: [jbosstools-dev] JSF 184.108.40.206 Reference Impl vs JSF 1.2
I've been running through a demo I'm going to give tonight at a local
JBoss User Group meeting, and I noticed some strange behavior with our
JBoss 4.2.0.GA and using the "JSF 220.127.116.11 Reference Impl" configuration
from the new JSF project wizard.
Basically, whenever the jsf project is deployed to my clean copy of
JBoss 4.2.0 , lots of exceptions show up (though the application itself
seems to work fine). When I start changing things from their default
configuration (I'm using the kickstart as a quick startup for the demo),
JBoss consistently throws exceptions until I hard undeploy/deploy the
app from the App Server.
On the other hand, if I select a "JSF 1.2" configuration in the wizard,
the project deploys/redeploys with no errors, and seems to work without
a hitch with any changes I make. I guess what I'm getting at is -- if
we're going to use JSF 18.104.22.168 Reference Implementation as the "default"
selection in the new JSF project wizard, shouldn't we be testing it's
"noiseyness factor"?. Would it be a problem to have JSF 1.2 selected as
default (or maybe another configuration that JBoss 4.2.0.GA likes?)
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