I am very new to JSF (have little experience with JSP) and I tried to create a same application with netbeans and it worked very well.. I understand that JSF is build on the top of JSP or rather servlet by defining custom JSP tag.. But I couldn't find any tld descriptor in the sample applicaiton i deployed using netbeans (but it works well) and no taglib tag in the web.xml file.. So I am little puzzled how it works!!!
I have been using eclipse and I find JSF support pathetic.. I have to install so many other plugins and I keep getting compatibility problem and it doesn't work very well.. Where as Netbeans (I am not a netbeans fan) works pretty well for this.. I just have to click next and it works like magic!! since I was comfortable with eclipse could some one point me out some good plugin for JSF or some eclipse version where everything comes out!
I am also trying to install IceFaces in Jboss and any help on this will also be helpful!
These days it's common to define the TLD inside the JAR file that defines the tags. I think it's in the META-INF directory, but I don't remember. So you don't need to explicitly include the TLD in web.xml or in the app's WEB-INF directory.
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