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From Max Starets <>
Subject Re: [Trinidad 2] Convert examples to facelets?
Date Thu, 17 Dec 2009 17:21:04 GMT
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+1 from me too.<br>
Matthias Wessendorf wrote:
  <pre wrap="">Hello Andrew,

I like your proposal.

+1 on doing so!


On Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 11:26 PM, Andrew Robinson
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    <pre wrap="">Currently the trinidad examples &nbsp;(trinidad-demo and trinidad-blank)
use JSP and JSPX. Just turning facelets on for JSPX files isn't going
to work as it causes faces messages due to &lt;jsp:root&gt; and
&lt;jsp.derective&gt; tags. Furthermore, many pages use jsp include tags. To
show proper support of JSF 2, we should not be supporting JSP in
Trinidad's demo IMO (also some features of JSF 2 require facelets to
be used AFAIK).

I recommend:

1) Migrating all *.jspx to *.xml (I'd prefer to not use *.xhtml as
discussed many times in the facelets user's list and on the 314 EG ML)
2) Replace include jsp tags with ui:include
3) Replace jsp:root with ui:composition



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