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Is there a way to tell JBoss to let the WAR load its own JSF libraries

Varun Nayudu
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Is there a way to tell JBoss to let the WAR load its own JSF libraries


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David Byron
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Varun Nayudu wrote:
Is there a way to tell JBoss to let the WAR load its own JSF libraries


If, for example, you'd like to use MyFaces instead of the java.net implementation of JSF that comes with JBoss, then just include the following element in your web.xml:



This will instruct the classloader to make use of the libraries included in your WAR.
 
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