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JSF and TLD descriptors in JBoss  RSS feed

 
Gopi Chand
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Dear Ranchers,

I am very new to JSF (have little experience with JSP) and I tried to create a same application with netbeans and it worked very well.. I understand that JSF is build on the top of JSP or rather servlet by defining custom JSP tag.. But I couldn't find any tld descriptor in the sample applicaiton i deployed using netbeans (but it works well) and no taglib tag in the web.xml file.. So I am little puzzled how it works!!!

I have been using eclipse and I find JSF support pathetic.. I have to install so many other plugins and I keep getting compatibility problem and it doesn't work very well.. Where as Netbeans (I am not a netbeans fan) works pretty well for this.. I just have to click next and it works like magic!! since I was comfortable with eclipse could some one point me out some good plugin for JSF or some eclipse version where everything comes out!

I am also trying to install IceFaces in Jboss and any help on this will also be helpful!

Many Thanks!!
 
Tim Holloway
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These days it's common to define the TLD inside the JAR file that defines the tags. I think it's in the META-INF directory, but I don't remember. So you don't need to explicitly include the TLD in web.xml or in the app's WEB-INF directory.
 
Gopi Chand
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Hi Tim,

what you said seems to right.. Thanks!
 
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