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About Netbeans Visual JSF Framework

 
Abhishek Asthana
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Hi

I am new to JSF and started using Netbeans IDE for working on JSF. In NB 6.1 you have another framework named "Netbeans Visual JSF Framework"
I want to know how similar or different is Visual JSF from JSF.

Also, can anyone please tell how can I keep a JSF/Visual JSF component in loop so that it is displayed multiple times dynamically?

Thanks.
 
Freddy Wong
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With Visual JSF, you can drag and drop the components ala Visual Studio ASP.NET. With plain JSF, you can't.

If you're new to JSF, I suggest that you don't use any Visual JSF. I never like to use Visual JSF. It forces you to use Woodstock components.
 
Abhishek Asthana
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Yes, you are right. It forces you to use WoodStock components. But I find that is kind of convenient.
The only problem is how to keep a component in loop. Something similar to this:

How to do this?
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