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Richfaces 4.0 message

Bob Green
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Joined: Feb 29, 2004
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I am getting this message on my jsf page, can someone explain to me what it means. I am using JSF 2.0, Richfaces 4.0 and Jboss 6.0.0.Final version.
"One or more resources have the target of 'head', but no 'head' component has been defined within the view."

TIA.
Tim Holloway
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In raw HTML, the <head> element encloses the information that makes up the page head. Typically this includes the <title> and JavaScript and CSS definitions.

RichFaces evidently wants to add something to that section of the generated HTML, but apparently you didn't define a recognizable head element for it to use.


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Brendan Healey
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Joined: May 12, 2009
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I think you need to be using <h:head>, rather than <head>, sometimes anyway.
 
Have you checked out Aspose?
 
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