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sergey_o
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I donwnloaded mojarra 2.0.0-Beta2. When I tried to use tag I got a message "No tag ajax defined in tag library imported with prefix f". Looking in the TLD, it seems that ajax tag is indeed not there.

Is it indeed the case that ajax tag is not implemented yet, or am I missing something?

Thanks,
Sergey

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Ryan Lubke

On 8/20/09 8:46 PM, webtier@javadesktop.org wrote:
> I donwnloaded mojarra 2.0.0-Beta2. When I tried to use tag I got a message "No tag ajax defined in tag library imported with prefix f". Looking in the TLD, it seems that ajax tag is indeed not there.
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> Is it indeed the case that ajax tag is not implemented yet, or am I missing something?
>
>
The documentation is correct. New features such as ajax support are
available using Facelets (included in 2.0).
We're discouraging continued use of JSP for JSF development.
> Thanks,
> Sergey
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sergey_o
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Hi Ryan,

Thanks for your response.

Here is my problem:

I have a set of existing applications that are based on JSF with JSP-style pages. I need to replace some of HTML components in these application with Flex-based components.

However it is an expensive operation to instantiate Flex player that causes long visible delays and flicker (I assume the same goes for any other object-based component), so I need to avoid refreshing the whole page for intra-page events.

I hoped to put the whole page contents for relevant pages into tags so that intra-page updates keep existing instance of Flex player instead of re-creating it for each event, with all the flicker and delays.

Is it something JSF 2.0 would be able to provide for?

As I said, I do not see tag available in the current release at all, despite it is present in JSF 2.0 specification.

Thanks,
Sergey