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Migrating JSF 1.1.14 to JSF 2

zaman safari
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Joined: May 03, 2013
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I have been working with a JSF facelets 1.1.14 application and now I have to migrate it to JSF 2. I have searched many forums and implement the required changes; however, it was'nt satisfactory. In my application, I use JSF Facelets 1.1.14, servlet jstl 1.2, servlet api 2.5, and many more other plugins. The application runs with Jetty plugins 6.1.10 in Eclipse IDE. What steps should I follow to accomplish this task? Thank you in advance...
Tim Holloway
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Zaman!

Moving from JSF 1.x to JSF 2 is generally pretty easy if you are using Facelets. The major difference is probably in the fact that Facelets is part of JSF2 whereas it had to be added as a third-party extension to JSF1. Other than that, the legacy code should generally run unchanged, but you should now be able to use annotations and the built-in AJAX support and other improvements.


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