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Does your book cover the latest JSF version 1.2 (Java EE 5)?

I am new to JSF and want to use JSF for my project. Which IDE support JSF 1.2?
 
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There are alot JDeveloper, Studio Creator, exadel etc.
 
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Adeel,

Thanks for your reply.

But there is only Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8.2 in Studio Creater 2. The server is for J2EE 1.4. How does it support JSF 1.2 (for Java EE 5)?
 
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The book covers JSF 1.2 throughout the book, but it is primarily geared towards 1.1 development since that is the level most people are working with.

I'm not aware of any production IDEs that currently support 1.2. Servers are now starting to support it though.. glassfish is an example of this.

https://glassfish.dev.java.net/
-Chris
 
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Chris,

Thanks. I will try glassfish. I don't want to use JSF 1.1. Because it isn't compatible with JSP on JSTL.
 
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Originally posted by Chris Schalk:
The book covers JSF 1.2 throughout the book, but it is primarily geared towards 1.1 development since that is the level most people are working with.

I'm not aware of any production IDEs that currently support 1.2. Servers are now starting to support it though.. glassfish is an example of this.

https://glassfish.dev.java.net/
-Chris



Well Exadel 4.0 also can help with JSF 1.2... Even has a setup for JSF 1.2, facelets on Tomcat 5.5

regards
Alexander
 
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Alexander,

Thanks. Where can I download the software Exadel 4.0?
 
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Originally posted by Cai DongShan:
Where can I download the software Exadel 4.0?



Try google. There is no other better work around.
 
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Adeel, Thanks. I found the site.
 
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