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From distillingweb <>
Subject Re: Antwort: Re: Why so many components?
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2007 10:08:33 GMT

Thanks for share this information and link. I was catch also for this comment in that link:
"Its things like this that have conviced me that its time to throw away
a huge amount of in-house crufty stuff and move ahead with Seam/JSF for
all of our new development."
I did not understand if the comment is meant to replace Trinidad by using Seam or only some
of the in-house components implementations
in this context. Could you give me a hint on that?

Thank you very much.

----- Original Message ----
From: "" <>
To: MyFaces Discussion <>
Sent: Tuesday, September 4, 2007 11:56:34 AM
Subject: Antwort: Re: Why so many components?


There is also another issue with Trinidad
and integration if you use Seam: As of now, you cannot use it with tr:table
unless you 

do the 'plumbing' into Seam yourself
and even so it does not seem clear how to make the paging work..

See also



distillingweb <>

04.09.2007 11:08

Bitte antworten an

"MyFaces Discussion" <>


MyFaces Discussion <>



Re: Why so many components?


I was about to use A4J in that combination without any experience with.
Your support

on that has been priceless. Thank you so much again.

----- Original Message ----

From: Andrew Robinson <>

To: MyFaces Discussion <>

Sent: Monday, September 3, 2007 11:54:16 PM

Subject: Re: Why so many components?

FYI, I don't recommend that you use A4J in
that combination unless you

need RichFaces. Just use the PPR functionality in Trinidad. You will

most likely have rendering problems with Trinidad+A4J


information on Trinidad's AJAX


On 9/3/07, distillingweb <> wrote:


> Hello,


> I know this use to be a obvious choice, but because I am a newcomer
in the

> MyFaces world, what answer

> I would give to my manager if he ask me why am I using so many components?


> Now, following advices, I am planning to use MyFaces + Trinidad +
Tomahawk +

> Facelets + Ajax4JSF and

> maybe Seam.


> I know each of them provide different resources, but is there a couple

> three of them that could give me like 90% of

> all my requirements need?


> Thank you in advance.


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