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J2EE

Composite components are a great feature of JSF 2.0. The canonical example is a login component with fields for the username and password: <mylib:login name="#{user.name}"      password="#{user.password}"      loginAction="#{user.login}"/> This has been well explained elsewhere....
on Jan 30, 2010
A few weeks ago, Ed Burns posted a link to a blog on the JSF expert group mailing list, commenting “A nice one, but it doesn't mention JSF 2”. Ever the curmudgeon, I pointed out that it wasn't so nice that the blog's sample code used the JSF API in beans when it wasn't necessary—as does in fact a lot of sample code, even in the official Sun tutorials. Ed's response: “Cay,...
on Jan 3, 2010
As I happily wrote about new features of JSF 2.0, my coauthor David Geary kept asking me how to run the examples in Tomcat 6. I kept putting it off—hunting down all those JAR files and web.xml fragments is just too much like eating soup with a fork. I finally got around to doing the research and thought that others might benefit from the (unhappy) results, if only to realize that this may...
on Dec 29, 2009

EJB

In the relentless fight against configuration boilerplate, JSF and Glassfish have taken yet another small step forward. As of Glassfish v3 build 68, you no longer need to declare the faces-servlet in WEB.XML. <servlet>   <servlet-name>Faces Servlet</servlet-name>   <servlet-class>javax.faces.webapp.FacesServlet</...
on Oct 19, 2009