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Tien Duong Nguyen
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Hi everybody,

JSF 1.2 spec is released, anybody knows whethere there is some JSF 1.2 implementation, the Sun RI and My Faces 1.0.9 is still JSF 1.1 only.

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Do you have a link? I was under the impression it wasn't going to be released until J2EE 1.5.
 
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Till now, I could not find any JSF 1.2 implementation, all we got is JSF 1.1. J2EE specification do requires JSF 1.2 as Java Optional Packages.

Anybody knows when Apache MyFaces and Oracle ADS will have their JSF 1.2 implementation.

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J2EE specification do requires JSF 1.2 as Java Optional Packages.

How do you require an optional package? J2EE 1.4 does not need nor contain any JSF implementation. J2EE 1.5 will have JSF 1.2 as part of the specification. But that is not due out until next year from what I understand.

JSF 1.2 does not exist, at least to my knowledge, in any downloadable form. You'll have to wait until Sun releases J2EE 1.5, as I stated, next year. Then you can bet that ADF and MyFaces will play catch up.
 
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J2EE 5.0 ( formely known as 1.5 ) has past the public ballot so I believe Sun will release it soon.

Currently the latest version of MyFaces is 1.0.9, still in the beta version. Although it is the offical release, it is not yet the final implementation. Oracle ADF (till 22 Auguest ) is still early access version. So it seems to me that besides Sun RI, there is no proved implementation of JSF that we could use for our commercial projects yet.

Can anyone verify it ?

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Suns J2EE page states that J2EE 5 is currently scheduled for release in the first quarter of 2006, so it's going to be a while yet. In addition, just because there is consensus that JSF 1.2 is going to be part of J2EE 5 doesn't mean it has been finalized; in fact, it is currently under Public Review, as you can see here.
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Originally posted by Tien Duong Nguyen:
J2EE 5.0 ( formely known as 1.5 ) has past the public ballot so I believe Sun will release it soon.

Currently the latest version of MyFaces is 1.0.9, still in the beta version. Although it is the offical release, it is not yet the final implementation. Oracle ADF (till 22 Auguest ) is still early access version. So it seems to me that besides Sun RI, there is no proved implementation of JSF that we could use for our commercial projects yet.

Can anyone verify it ?

Regards,


You want proved open source projects for your commercial project? Does that really happen? I've been using MyFaces since it first started and it is very solid and very stable. The guys on the mailing list are very helpful. I can't speak for ADF as I haven't used it. However, I am not a spokesman for anyone. I'd suggest you get your hands dirty and try something out. I know plenty of "proven" products with more bugs and issues than most open source projects.
 
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If you are feeling adventurous you can always check out the latest build of Java EE 5 which contains JSF 1.2:
https://glassfish.dev.java.net/public/downloadsindex.html
 
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