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I'm using the Eclipse IDE for JSF development.

I need a good calendar component for the user to input a date. Can someone please advise a good Eclipse plug-in component library to support this functionality?

I assume Apache MyFaces (Tomahawk) is best the way to go.

Thanks.
 
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Why is your topicstart all in green? It reads annoying.

At any way;

Robert Liguori wrote:I'm using the Eclipse IDE for JSF development.


Fine. So do I.

I need a good calendar component for the user to input a date. Can someone please advise a good Eclipse plug-in component library to support this functionality?


Uhm. An Eclipse plug-in component library?? What are you talking about?

JSF component libraries are generally distributed as JAR files which you just place in the classpath. I have never heard about JSF component libraries which are to be installed as an Eclipse plugin. I also can't imagine of any reasons for the need to do so.

I assume Apache MyFaces (Tomahawk) is best the way to go.


Apache Tomahawk indeed has a Calendar component. So do JBoss RichFaces.
 
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I just imported the Apache MyFaces libraries with a deployment descriptor update:

tomahawk-1.1.8.jar
commons-el.jar
commons-fileupload-1.1.1.jar

The Apache MyFaces Tomahawk calendar components will work good for me.

Thanks.
 
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