Using RichFaces with JSF 2

published 790 days, 7 hours, 26 minutes ago posted by pankajsharmapankajsharma 813 days, 6 hours, 1 minute ago
Sunday, February 19, 2012 5:12:49 PM GMT Friday, January 27, 2012 6:38:18 PM GMT

Facelets, despite its name, is not a smaller version of JSF; instead, at its core Facelets provides an alternative to JavaServer Pages (JSP) as a JSF ViewHandler. Facelets supports all of the JSF UI components and builds its own component tree, reflecting the view for a JSF application. The JSF 2 specification deprecates JSP as a view-definition language (VDL) and includes a standard version of Facelets as the preferred VDL. For that reason, RichFaces dropped JSP support and requires Facelets.

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tags: jsf 2.0, Rich ServerFaces

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