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Myfaces Archetype for JSF Custom Components

Adolfo Eloy
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Joined: Mar 21, 2009
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Hello all.

Does anybody here already have created a JSF Custom Component Project using Maven Archetype for Myfaces?
I've created a complete component using this archetype, so it uses JSF 1.1, Servlet 2.3.
So I need to upgrade my project because I need my component to be used in a facelets environment which uses a different
implementation for EL.

I'd like to know if does exists any archetype to do this work using more actual libraries.

Notes: Using this archetype I need to implement my Tag Handler with UIComponentTag instead of UIComponentELTag regarding that UIComponentTag is now deprecated with JSF 1.2.

Thanks.


Adolfo Eloy
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Tim Holloway
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There are several JSF archetypes floating around, but I don't know if any of them are appropriate.

However, it's a fairly easy task to take one of the existing archetypes, modify the prototype code and create your own archetype from that!


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Adolfo Eloy
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Tim Holloway wrote:There are several JSF archetypes floating around, but I don't know if any of them are appropriate.

However, it's a fairly easy task to take one of the existing archetypes, modify the prototype code and create your own archetype from that!


Hello Holloway.
I'll start searching more about Maven.

Thanks
 
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