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converting jsf project into a seam project (GANYMEDE)

Anthony Sykes
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I am trying to convert a prior jsf project into a seam project. I have switched alot of my code over to annotations. I also named my beans using the @Name annotation. When I try to use the intellisense from Eclipse Platform (Ganymede version), it does not locate the beans. It still sees the beans that are in the faces-config.xml but not the ones that are just named with the @Name annotation. Am I missing a setting or something? Can someone provides a few links to websites that provide examples?

 
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