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Subject Re: Which components to use?
Date Wed, 29 Aug 2007 07:08:47 GMT
I am so sorry for the late reply. Thank you so much. Your suggestion will be of great help.


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From: David Delbecq <>
To: MyFaces Discussion <>
Sent: Wednesday, August 22, 2007 11:19:02 PM
Subject: Re: Which components to use?

Situation here:

using here: Facelets + Myfaces + Tomahawk + Sandbox + Ajax4JSF +
RichFaces+ Custom components. Only limit we found is that one of our
really big forms (around 200+ components in it, with lots of Javascript
enabled components like t:calendar and lots of ui:include)take around 2
seconds to be first time generated to user. We still have to investigate
whever it comes from JSF tree or from the database backend which has a
few tables to explore :)

We are probably not the best example, as we use it for a reasonable
traffic intranet. But for component compatibility we did not notice
things that make them unusable. Of course each component has it's
limitations, but they are not that hard to cope with.

x y a écrit :
> Hello,
> I know this kind of question is sometimes annoying, but with so much
> components being created and enhancements on the existing ones, it is
> hard to make a decision, in a formal process, for the components to
> start an professional enteprise application.
> We are using Spring, then I think it could be a clue in which
> directions we could go. I am thinking in MyFaces with its variations:
> Trinidad, Tomahawk, etc. Another alternative would be to use Seam
> integrating with Myfaces and Spring, but I am not sure about how it
> has been working in production.
> The main aspect here, is that I would not like to start with a
> componet, and suddenly find that there are so many bugs to be
> corrected or there are limitation to integrate with other components
> to provide more features.
> You people, that have been working with those components in production
> (or at least close to it), would you mind to share you thought?
> Thank you very much.
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