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Java Sever Faces 1.2 - JSF 1.2

        

Complete Java Server Faces (JSF) Tutorial - JSF Tutorials. JSF Tutorials at Rose India covers everything you need to know about JSF.

Here we will provide you many examples on JSF 1.2, which will help you learn JSF 1.2 (Java Server Faces 1.2) easily. After going through all our JSF 1.2 tutorial you will master JSF 1.2. So, get start learning JSF 1.2.

  1. New Features in JSF 1.2
    JSF 1.2 is the latest release of Java Server Faces technology. In this section we are discussing the new features of Java Server Faces 1.2 specification.
      
  2. Installing JSF 1.2 on tomcat
    In this tutorial we will explain you how to install  JSF 1.2 on tomcat server. We will develop small web application to test our integrated environment.
     
  3. Developing Form based application using JSF 1.2
    In this tutorial we will show you how to develop UI forms using JSF 1.2.  After completing this tutorial you will be able to develop user entry forms in JSF 1.2 technology.
      
  4. Using Properties File in JSF
    In this section you will learn how to use properties file in JSF applications to display the message from message source files. We will use the application developed in the last section and modify the application to use properties files.
     
  5. JSF Form Validation
    In this section on "JSF Form Validation" you will learn how to validate the JSF Form using tag libraries provided along with JSF 1.2 implementation.
      
  6. Apache MyFaces Core 1.2.0 (New Release)
    MyFaces 1.2 has been under development for several months. This is now a reality.  This is really a great news that MyFaces team has announced that MyFaces 1.2 project fully implements JSF 1.2 specification as specified by JSR-252 and it can be used to develop applications.
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Posted on: May 24, 2009

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