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Blog Archive for ddevore during February 2008

Lately I have been working with EJB 3.0, and I love it. For quick tests and to see what is being returned I threw web services around them. The services ended up being a really nice and easy test though it pointed out a bug in Glassfish 2. The bug has beenentered as an issue in Glassfish here if you are interested. Basically the problem is that if you have two services with operations that have...
This is an addition to the JSF Visual Web JavaServer Faces in NetBeans Tutorial. For this information to be useful to you, you will have to have a JSF Visual Web JavaServer Faces project created. To create the project please refer to the earlier blog. Also, this tutorial is basically a continuation of the JSF Tables with databases in NetBeans 6.0 so you may want to also take a look at that it....
This is an addition to the JSF Visual Web JavaServer Faces in NetBeans Tutorial. For this information to be useful to you you will have to have a JSF Visual Web JavaServer Faces project created. To create the project please refer to the earlier blog. This is the project I will be working with in this tutorial. Empty Table This is what you would do to start with most of the components in JSF....
I recently started working with JSF for more than simply messing around with the components. In performing this work I have found that some of the information needed to develop JSF seems to be missing or hard to find. Because of this I have decided to write up what I have found to pass along the joy of JSF. Because the tutorials for working with Visual Web JavaServer Faces in NetBeans will...