|Re: problem to find tag [message #813606 is a reply to message #813430]
||Mon, 05 March 2012 13:44
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 2012.03.05 1:55, Ned Ned wrote:|
> Thanks sir a lot, but i can't find this jars:
> for JSF 1.1
In researching my notes, I found that limiting myself to JSF 1 was
becoming increasingly difficult.
I find JARs in two places. First, I try to get them from their
source/vendor/etc. Second, I Google them and often find them lurking in
some Maven repository.
To find the name of a JAR enclosing a particular class, there are a
couple of sites that help, jarfinder.com and findjar.com.
Anymore, people don't look for JARs, they use Maven. I don't happen to
like Maven (for all sorts of reasons). I use Ivy. But, the point is,
Maven will find the JARs for you, if you can figure out how to express
Spring and things like it often provide a lot of functionality you're
looking for within a sometimes unbearably rigid framework. If you accept
to drink the KoolAid, the framework will do a lot for you. Casual
consumption is a lot more difficult.
The best way to get going is to find a tutorial. You might be following
one right now--and it might be the reason you're limiting yourself to
JSF 1. The trick is to find a working tutorial. Tutorials go out of date
quickly when there have critical dependencies on JAR versions.
I would suggest http://www.vogella.de for a great tutorial on JSF.
Last, Eclipse has a subforum of this one dedicated to JSF. Sometimes,
you can get help there.
I admit that the problem you're trying to solve was one of just a few
nightmares I had to solve and it took me a long time.
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