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using JSF 1.2 [message #473803] Sun, 07 January 2007 18:23 Go to next message
John Smith is currently offline John Smith
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Registered: July 2009
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To use Java5, one has to use Dynamic Web Project V2.4 and JSF 1.2
project facets, instead of Dynamic Web Project V2.3 and JSF 1.1, is that
right?

However JSF 1.2 requires JSP 2.1, right? and JSP 2.1 seems not supported
by JBoss since only Tomcat 6 Beta supports JSP2.1 (and JBoss delivers 5.x).

So whats the solution to use Java5?

THANKS
Re: using JSF 1.2 [message #473805 is a reply to message #473803] Mon, 08 January 2007 13:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
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You have the dependency chain reversed. You must have Java5 to use JSF
1.2. However, you can (and with some containers like Tomcat 5.5 *must*)
use JSF 1.1 with Java5. From a project facet point of view, there should
be nothing to stop you here. If you have a use case where the system
prohibits you from doing this, please launch a bug.


--Cam

exquisitus wrote:

> To use Java5, one has to use Dynamic Web Project V2.4 and JSF 1.2
> project facets, instead of Dynamic Web Project V2.3 and JSF 1.1, is that
> right?

> However JSF 1.2 requires JSP 2.1, right? and JSP 2.1 seems not supported
> by JBoss since only Tomcat 6 Beta supports JSP2.1 (and JBoss delivers 5.x).

> So whats the solution to use Java5?

> THANKS
Re: using JSF 1.2 [message #473806 is a reply to message #473805] Tue, 09 January 2007 03:41 Go to previous message
John Smith is currently offline John Smith
Messages: 137
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Sorry, I believed that Dynamic Web Project V2.4 was bound to only JSF
1.2 project facet, but actually I can choose the JSF version from a
dropdown list in the table. This solved my problem now. Thx
> You have the dependency chain reversed. You must have Java5 to use JSF
> 1.2. However, you can (and with some containers like Tomcat 5.5 *must*)
> use JSF 1.1 with Java5. From a project facet point of view, there
> should be nothing to stop you here. If you have a use case where the
> system prohibits you from doing this, please launch a bug.
>
Re: using JSF 1.2 [message #608388 is a reply to message #473803] Mon, 08 January 2007 13:20 Go to previous message
Cameron Bateman is currently offline Cameron Bateman
Messages: 480
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
You have the dependency chain reversed. You must have Java5 to use JSF
1.2. However, you can (and with some containers like Tomcat 5.5 *must*)
use JSF 1.1 with Java5. From a project facet point of view, there should
be nothing to stop you here. If you have a use case where the system
prohibits you from doing this, please launch a bug.


--Cam

exquisitus wrote:

> To use Java5, one has to use Dynamic Web Project V2.4 and JSF 1.2
> project facets, instead of Dynamic Web Project V2.3 and JSF 1.1, is that
> right?

> However JSF 1.2 requires JSP 2.1, right? and JSP 2.1 seems not supported
> by JBoss since only Tomcat 6 Beta supports JSP2.1 (and JBoss delivers 5.x).

> So whats the solution to use Java5?

> THANKS
Re: using JSF 1.2 [message #608389 is a reply to message #473805] Tue, 09 January 2007 03:41 Go to previous message
John Smith is currently offline John Smith
Messages: 137
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Sorry, I believed that Dynamic Web Project V2.4 was bound to only JSF
1.2 project facet, but actually I can choose the JSF version from a
dropdown list in the table. This solved my problem now. Thx
> You have the dependency chain reversed. You must have Java5 to use JSF
> 1.2. However, you can (and with some containers like Tomcat 5.5 *must*)
> use JSF 1.1 with Java5. From a project facet point of view, there
> should be nothing to stop you here. If you have a use case where the
> system prohibits you from doing this, please launch a bug.
>
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