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Ajaxifying the Existing JSF Components using ajax4jsf.

venkatreddy gangireddy
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To ajxfying the existing JSF components by using the ajax4jsf frame work, i placed the ajax4jsf.jar in the lib folder. But the ajax4jsf.jar contains a faces-config.xml for defining th a4j components. Bcoz of this faces-config.xml my existing faces-config.xml is not getting invoked. Is there any way to incorporate both the functionalities in one file?
Andres Quinones
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Joined: Oct 09, 2006
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Originally posted by venkatreddy gangireddy:
To ajxfying the existing JSF components by using the ajax4jsf frame work, i placed the ajax4jsf.jar in the lib folder. But the ajax4jsf.jar contains a faces-config.xml for defining th a4j components. Bcoz of this faces-config.xml my existing faces-config.xml is not getting invoked. Is there any way to incorporate both the functionalities in one file?


Hi Venkatreddy,

I think yo can solve this by addin g this to your web.xml file
<context-param>
<param-name>javax.faces.CONFIG_FILES</param-name>
<param-value>/WEB-INF/faces-config.xml</param-value>
</context-param>

I hope this helps
 
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