Posts tagged jsf 1.2
In a recent article I described the interaction between JavaServer Faces (1.2) and Spring Framework (2.5.x): http://technology.amis.nl/blog/6655/spring-a-surprise-on-a-jsf-developer-how-spring-beans-can-become-jsf-managed-beans. I created a JDeveloper 11g web application that I ran on the integrated WebLogic Server 11g (10..3.2). In this article I will explain the configuration steps I had to go through for making JDeveloper and WebLogic run my simple JSF/Spring application.
1. Create a new generic JDeveloper application; set the project name and add the JSF library
2. Install the JDeveloper Spring extension through the Check for Updates facility under Help in the main menu
A list of the most eye catching new features in Java Server Faces release 1.2 – relevant for example to JBoss RichFaces 3.1+, Seam 2.x and ADF 11g developers
Java Server Faces 1.2 as a specification has been out for some time now. JSF 2.0 is in the works – probably looking at finalizing in the Spring of 2009. Several implementations of JSF 1.2 are available (MyFaces 1.2, JBoss RichFaces 3.1 & Seam 2.x for example), and a very important one is about to be added: ADF Faces release 11g from Oracle. (ADF 10g was based on the JSF 1.1 specifications). The JSF 1.2 release has a number of interesting new features that are worth knowing about. In this article, I briefly list some of the more important ones I have come across. (more…)