On May 31, 2007, at 3:37 PM, Don Hill wrote:
I have actually written the JSF-RI modules for geronimo, I am still testing them. I have successfully tested some sample apps and they seem to work fine, a starting point anyways.
Did you implement their AnnotationProcessor interface?
On 4/24/07, Donald Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
You can also download and try one of the daily builds that Prasad posts
to the scm@geronimo mailing list -
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [BUILD] TRUNK: Successful for Revision: 532103
Date: 24 Apr 2007 22:32:43 -0000
OpenEJB trunk at 532101
Geronimo Revision: 532103 built with tests skipped
See the full build-1800.log file at
Download the binaries from
> I have tried installing the jsf files through geronimo and including in the
> war file and they both give the same error.
> "Paul McMahan" <email@example.com> wrote
> in message news:085E1C12-985A-406F-B66A-384548B96B7C@gmail.com ...
> Hello, How are you trying to use the sun jsf impl? For example are
> you including it in your WEB-INF/lib? If so then I don't expect that
> would work since Geronimo filters the jsf classes from a webapps
> classloader. This is a result of the JSF 1.2 specification 10.2.5
> and 10.2.6 which says that webapps should not include the jsf classes
> in their archive. As we move forward I think it would be a great
> idea to make the jsf implementation pluggable, but this will probably
> be done by using Geronimo's plugin system instead of bundling the JSF
> jars in a webapp's archive due to this language in the specification
> and because of jsf implementation-specific functionality like
> resource injection for managed beans.
> The jsf support in Geronimo 2.0-M4 is more complete so I think you'll
> have better luck with it. However, that version has not been
> officially released yet so you will need to build it from svn tag or
> look in the dev@geronimo archive for the announcement of M4 release
> candidate binaries.
> Best wishes,
> On Apr 23, 2007, at 7:52 AM, Arinté wrote:
>> I am trying to run sun jsf impl 1.2 on Geronimo, but I keep running into
>> errors, is it even possible? My current error is this:
>> at javax.faces.webapp.FacesServlet.service (FacesServlet.java:152)
>> (ApplicationFilterChain.java :206)
>> Even though I have commons lang in my geronimo.xml. Also, when I export
>> this project to just plain tomcat 6 it works without me adding the
>> lang jar file anywhere, meaning I don't think sun uses it, but somehow
>> myfaces is getting injected in here.
>> Any tips or guides on getting this working? I am using Geronimo 2 M3.