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How to use RichFaces in "normal" JSF

 
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I saw some samples on line. I got two ways to use RichFaces:

1. Use in a JSP file. The initial portion of the JSP file is like this:


2. Use in a Facelets, a xhtml file. The initial portion of the xhtml file is like this:


I am currently working on a JSF projects. There are some XHTML files in the project. The initial part of the XHTML file is like this:


How could I use RichFaces in this project?
Could you give me some samples of this kind?
Thank you very much!!!
 
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Have you read the documentation? Because it's quite clear about how to install and use it for jsp and jsf/facelets. Documentation here.
 
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