Next are web. Minimum JSF entries required in web. The entry overrides the. Normally, Facelets requires another overriding entry for the view handler in faces-config. Listing 3. These elements define the filter class org.
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JSF has two major implementations till the time in which the article written, oracle implementation Mojarra and Apache MyFaces implementation. Several JSF libraries has been coming into existence, Richfaces, IceFaces, Primefaces, MyFaces, etc and one of the most lead library that used intensively and has an excellent reputation is Primefaces.
Primefaces cellabrate before months ago by releasing the Primefaces 5 which will consider the subject of this tutorial and next coming tutorials. For being able of using the primefaces 5, you must install and configure it into your project.
Either you are going to use a simple text editor or an enterprise development environment, by ending of this tutorial you will be ready for discovering the all Primefaces components. Unlike JSF 1. So, any of JSF component can be ajaxified by simply adding the Ajax stuff. Navigation rules also has changed and be much easier as well. Used Tools For Completing Tutorial For getting started discovering this tutorial, you have to use the following development tools.
So, be sure that you are aware of how could be all of these softwares installed and configured into your development machine. Our final project will look like below image.
For creating a dynamic project just follow the below steps: Open Eclipse IDE Right-Click on the project explorer space and select New — Dynamic Web Project Complete the project creation process by setting up the project name, target runtime, source folder, context root, content directory and web. To add a jsf into your project you need to add the jsf facet and making notice that the adding of jsf implementation does help you build a jsf application that uses Mojarra.
For being able of using the primefaces, you have to follow the below steps: Download the required primefaces library from the primefaces official site or from Maven central. We are going to create a simple application in which a Primefaces DataTable has consumed a list of Employees from the backing bean.
Employees list would be populated by a PostConstruct special method. ArrayList; import java. List; import javax. PostConstruct; import javax. ManagedBean; import javax.
SessionScoped; import com. PrimeFaces and JSF takes care of passing these to the view page for rendering. See JSF Specification 2.
FacesServlet is the controller class, this is where we plugin JSF into our web application. Now when you will run this, you will get output as shown in below image. Convert Into Maven Maven is the most preferred way to manage the java projects build and dependencies, so here we will see how we can convert it to Maven. Maven will help you controlling and managing the required dependencies. Just right click on the created project and from configure menu select Convert into Maven Project.
Once you have changed your project into Maven, you have to add the required dependencies for making the project compilable by the Maven itself. Just deploy and examine.
From next tutorial onwards, we will use Maven to create the project for our examples.
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