With the help of Kohsuke Kawaguchi's
most excellent maven
java.net plugin, and several iterations of trial and error, we now
have the JSF 1.2 api and impl jars available under the same license as
Glassfish on the
java.net maven repository.
Put this in your project.properties or build.properties:
As mentioned in an earlier
blog, Glassfish has successfully run Oracle's ADF Faces components.
If you look in the comments, though, there were some bugs that prevent
it from running in the latest Glassfish, but happily these have now been
fixed. I have verified that this has been successfully fixed in today's
nightly glassfish build, after overlaying the latest JSF nightly on top
of it. The...
It was pointed out to me on the ##jsf channel on irc.freenode.net
that we didn't have a link to the source snapshot for the JSF 1.1_01
build. This has been fixed and I've updated our java.net page
to include a link to the 1.1_01
source released under the Java Research License.
This blog just collects some bugs I've filed on NetBeans and the
fixes and workarounds they have. Also, I want to take this opportunity
to say that the netbeans team is incredibly responsive to bug reports,
especially finding and marking duplicates. Us users really appreciate
it. Personally, as a member of Sun's JSF team, you are an inspiration
for me to be more responsive to my bugs!
As announced by Jonas Jacobi
in his blog, Oracle has donated portions of its ADF Faces component
library to the MyFaces project. This library is JSF 1.1 based. I'm
writing to let you know that, due to Oracle's participation in the JSF
1.2 expert group, these components have already been tested with
Glassfish and run quite well under JSF 1.2. Furthermore, the MyFaces
tomahawk components also...