I don't know why JSF is insisting on putting IDs on those tags. It doesn't normally do that. You should be able to satisfy it by coding 'id="xxxxxx"' attributes on the indicated elements, where "xxxxxx" is a different and unique ID for each element so identified.
But you're not using JSF very gracefully. JSTL should almost never be mixed with JSF. In most cases, JSF has a better-integrated way of doing the same thing. Likewise, you should avoid raw HTML, which, depending on the version of JSF you're using may disappear or get relocated to the wrong part of the display.
Customer surveys are for companies who didn't pay proper attention to begin with.
you nees this
<%@ taglib uri="http://java.sun.com/jsp/jstl/core" prefix="c" %> at the top of the page and the JSTL .jar files for the
in your application.
And you can hot fix it too if you want by using e.g. winrar archiver that shows folders not a list
and take all the .tld files out of the .jar files that have any in there META-INF and put them(.tld) in
the /WEB-INF of your app.
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Joined: May 12, 2005
Thanks guys. I found it's working after I put id attributes inside those tags