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JSF layout templates

 
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Hi,

I was trying to create JSF layout templates.

I am using ADF components in my code. When I try to use Tiles, I am facing lot of problems and I read in one of the forums that we should use Facelets instead of Tiles.

Now when I use Facelets I am facing problems again as Oracle ADF components are not working.

More study led me to Trinidad, but I am not able to download the jar/zip file. And I am not sure if I can use it as looks like it is still in development.

I would appreciate if anybody could let me know how I can implement the JSF layout templates (using facelets/tiles with ADF components/Trinidad/any other solution).

Thanks,
Anoo
 
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I have used Myfaces + Tiles without any problems in the past. Dont know about ADF Faces though.
 
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