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Faces-config and web.xml setup for a JSF project using open source libraries

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I have a JSF project in which I want to use apache trinidad , richfaces and icefaces components.
I am using facelets as viewhandler . I have used tomahawk components and they are displaying in JSF page.
But with trinidad and richfaces I need to make changes in web.xml and faces-config and when I make those
changes the page does not displayed and give errors.

Any suggestions to setup faces-config and web.xml file ?

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I think you may be getting too greedy.

Although I can attest that Tomahawk and RichFaces will play well together, Trinidad and IceFaces are far more complex, and there's quite a bit of overlap between what they do and what RichFaces does. They should, in fact, be complete enough that you could get by using only one of them. Which would probably get rid of most of your problems.
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