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JSF navigation rule problem

Zaeed McColin
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Joined: Jan 13, 2009
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hi friends
I have 4 jsp files
login, footer, home & about
in footer page I only have <jsp:root> and <f:view>
in this page also I put 2 link <h:commandLink action="navigation_rule">

footer page source



page works good and browser(FF) change the location to about & home page without any problem

and now problem
in login page I include this page bottom of the page
BUT in login page it can not work good, the <h:commandLink action="home"> just refresh the page, but i want change the direction to home & about page

login page source


and faces-config.xml source


what's the Problem???


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Zaeed McColin
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Joined: Jan 13, 2009
Posts: 90
solved it self


Funny bug
use <f:subview> instead of <f:view> in footer page

sorry guys
Bauke Scholtz
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Joined: Oct 08, 2006
Posts: 2458
Apart from this problem, it may be useful to know that the development of Woodstock component library is stopped since months. Users are suggested to step over to RichFaces or IceFaces.
Zaeed McColin
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Joined: Jan 13, 2009
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many thanks Mr. Bauke Scholtz.
I know a little about ICEFaces
it's just a test o develop UI with woodstock
I'm going to try RichFaces & ICEFaces
but why developers don't suggest WoodStock?
Bauke Scholtz
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As said, development of Woodstock is stopped since months. The whole project is abandoned. It won't be upgraded/extented. It is simply dead.

It's your choice wheteher to use a dead product or not. I'd prefer a component library which is still in active development right now so that you can rely on good support and product upgrades with bugfixes and/or new features. It was just an informal message from me.

Apart from that, I can't speak for all developers with regard to Woodstock, but I myself highly dislike visual editors and the "developer" culture around that. The most common used visual editor for JSF is a Netbeans one which makes use of the Woodstock component library. So most of the real developers who dislike that culture tend to dissuade Woodstock (including myself, yes).
 
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