|Facelets and Helios [message #654733]
||Wed, 16 February 2011 21:05
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
I understand that the old Facelet 1.0 Project item in the new Dynamic |
Web Project wizard's Configuration drop-down is more or less managed by
Preferences -> Project Facets -> JavaServer Faces being set to 2.0
nowdays, however, Eclipse will not let me set it to 2.0 and I've not
found how to set this up.
Of course, using the wizard, I've only been able to select "JavaServer
Faces v1.2 Project" when creating the project, so it's little surprise
that I can't change to JSF 2.0. But, what does one do to set up for JSF 2.0?
Please note that I have already set up for Helios JavaServer Faces (JSF)
Project in Install New Software. And, I'm using the highest value (2.5)
for Dynamic web module version in the new project wizard.
I wanted to avoid resorting to JBoss; I'm trying to use Apache
Tomcat--don't know if saying this is entirely relevant. (Also, moving to
NetBeans is just too silly an answer.)
My expected library set, the one I've been using very successfully for
JSF work, is:
jsf-facelets-1.1.15.B1.jar (works same whether included or not)
What induces me to ask this question is that I'm trying to make the leap
from .jsp files to .xhtml and simply nothing is rendering (View Page
Source yield a totally blank document).
Casting around on the web for examples, I see one promising approach in
something entitled JSF Beginner's Guide that is using Galileo (which did
support Facelet 1.0 Project).
Any wisdom, especially that will help me make the leap, will be greatly
Profuse thanks in advance,
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