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Content rendered outside of body tags when using Apache Trinidad 1.0.11

Durin Dal
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Joined: Aug 20, 2009
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I'm having some issues with content being rendered with a JSF page. The JSF
page looks fine without using Trinidad, but when I use the tr:document tags,
something goes awry.

Just for an example, I've set up a simple page like so


That, upon being requested, has its source code looking like the following:



Note that the "<p>Content goes here!</p>" content is outside of the body
elements. (tr:form versus h:form makes no difference.)
I've looked at the Apache MyFaces installation documentation and
compared my web.xml and faces-config.xml file to that but am not seeing any
discrepancies.

Web.xml entries:


Does anything just leap out as being obviously (or not) wrong? This should
be simple from reading the documentation but it's frustrating when it
doesn't work (properly). :-(

Let's see... working with JDeveloper 10g with embedded OC4J, JSF 1.1, using JDK 1.5.

Thanks in advance...


 
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