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Tomahawk filter brings HTTP 404

 
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Hi all

I try to use tomahawk component t:inputCalendar. I've configured my web.xml using following :



But after I configured web.xml, I can't access my file (e.g. http://localhost:8080/MyJSF/faces/index.faces). I can access my file if filter-mapping element



is removed, but as a result, I can't using tomahawk component.
I try to find information at http://myfaces.apache.org/tomahawk/extensionsFilter.html and google, but can't find any solution. Can somebody here give a solution?
 
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well It worked for me when I needed it but I think your problem is about configuration... because there is no science related with the component.. just the filter.

Either way you can use another faces component instead of inputCalendar. Take a look in jenia4Faces. The calendar component looks excellent. I'm using it because tomahawk filter doesn't work inside any portal / portlet.

I hope my comment can help you a little
 
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