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I'm working on a new project that utilizes Websphere portal, and JSF. The goal is to track user page views to a DB for later reporting purposes. I was toying with using a response filter, and trying to save the JSF view name to the DB. However, I'm unsure if this is even feasible.
For this example, you can assume a basic JSF environment minus the portal, if that makes things less complicated. If websphere portal has something that might help, I'm all ears.
And of course, any comments are appreciated. Thanks!
Another recommendation would be using JSF's Phase Listeners. When you make a request for a JSF page, certain life cycle steps are executed on server. You can configure Phase Listener to listen some or all of the phases of JSF Life cycle and track the activity.
Joined: Dec 26, 2003
Good suggestion, but I'm having trouble finding information on JSF's Phase Listeners. Do you have a link to somewhere I might learn a bit more?