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From "Song Jason" <jason...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: inputFileUpload dont decode!!
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2007 23:12:23 GMT
I knew commons-file-uploads really didn't decode correctly. It just support
MIME contextType has a charset=xxx but not use the charactorEncoding of the
request/response. DiskFileItem should be change to support.

On 12/13/07, simon <simon.kitching@chello.at> wrote:
>
>
> On Thu, 2007-12-13 at 10:29 -0800, Rogerio Eduardo Oliveira wrote:
> > Hello All,
> >
> > Im new with JSF and tomahawk and dont know what could be happen with my
> page. I put the tag <t:inputFileUpload> in my page and it dont appear.
> Anyone already have this problem? I use the tomahawk.jar (versão 1.1.6)
> and commons-fileuploader(1.2).
>
> To use tomahawk with facelets, you need to create and place in your
> webapp an appropriate facelets taglib file.
>
> This is unfortunately not an easy process. See the myfaces wiki for more
> information; a link to the wiki can be found on the main myfaces
> website.
>
> When facelets finds an xml tag in a page that it does *not* recognise as
> a jsf tag, it just copies the data literally to the output. As you can
> see, your html output contains an t:inputFileUpload tag. What should be
> there is the html that a t:inputFileUpload component renderer generates,
> but facelets doesn't realise that it should create and render a
> component for this tag because there is no installed tomahawk taglib.
>
> And a web-browser always just ignores elements that it doesn't know
> about, so the bad html output looks ok when rendered.
>
> Regards,
>
> Simon
>
>
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