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Creating a custom JSF comp

 
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Hi all i have a question. Im about to create a Calendar component in jsf.
The custom component will be a aggregete comp and not a comp that jsut have some pretty renderer. I want the basic components default renderes that this calender will be made of to the nitty gritty work of rendering back the html. But how do i make this ? i tried to find some examples on the web but i cant find it not an example on an cstom jsf component that is more like an aggregate component ?? any one have an ide ?

//Thanks Rille

oh.. or if anyone can fgure out how to distinguish when an user clicks on the next or prev month links from an click on an date in the myfaces component inputcalendar ?
 
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