[jboss-user] [JBoss Tools (users)] - Re: Cannot deploy a recently created Seam Web Project into J
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Wed Jun 18 11:03:26 EDT 2008
"max.andersen at jboss.com" wrote : no jsf impl is needed for Seam projects - it uses the built in one from JBoss 4.2.
| btw. one caveat...any chance you have a capital letter at the first position of the name ? e.g. MyProject ?
| Then try with e.g. myProject instead - yes i know it sounds crazy but that is a known caveat in the latest releases ;(
Yes, the project name was SeamProject, like the one used in the documentation example.
I created a new project called "myproject" and it also didn't work.
It seems strange to me that JBoss would automatically supply the class org.apache.myfaces.webapp.StartupServletContextListener, because I searched under /opt/jboss-4.2 for *myfaces* and found nothing.
I tried providing MyFaces as the JSF implementation and got another error:
16:01:27,799 WARN [JBossJSFConfigureListener] MyFaces JSF implementation found! This version of JBoss AS ships with the java.net implementation of JSF. There are known issues when mixing JSF implementations. This warning does not apply to MyFaces component libraries such as Tomahawk. However, myfaces-impl.jar and myfaces-api.jar should not be used without disabling the built-in JSF implementation. See the JBoss wiki for more details.
| 16:01:28,531 ERROR [STDERR] javax.faces.FacesException: org.ajax4jsf.framework.DebugLifecycleFactory
No way out...
By the way, one more suggestion: when using JBoss 4.2, JBoss Tools waits for the server to start before opening the browser. When using JBoss 5.0, it doesn't.
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