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Where is the rich:modalPanel in component JSF2.0?

 
Dennis Zandvliet
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Where is the rich:modalPanel in component JSF2.0?

Also I noticed that in the richfaces 4.0 beta examples the rich:* components are defined in a different namespace than in richfaces 3:

The namespace is something like:



Which taglib/package defines this namespace? Is it part of the JSF2 spec?
 
Tim Holloway
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Unless something's going on I don't know about, the RichFaces components are not part of the JSF 2.0 spec. And I suspect that its competitors would like to keep it that way.

The JSF spec defines the core "h" and "f" tags, but no others. Anything else is coming from a third party, including the tagsets conventionally identified by "a4j" and "rich".

RichFaces is a product of Red Hat/JBoss/Exadel (there's been a little consolidation).
 
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