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Usage of Tomahawk SourceCodeServlet

 
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Can anyone tell me why do we use org.apache.myfaces.shared_tomahawk.util.servlet.SourceCodeServlet? Is it mandatory?
 
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Don't know.

But it is not a mandatory, unless you are trying to use the tomahawk library.
 
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I'm using many of the tomahawk's compnonents..i read somewhere that we have to configure the source code servlet..but m not sure why..can anyone tell me..
 
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The SourceCodeServlet is used to serve the source code (jsp) as a html page.


For Example : http://www.irian.at/myfacesexamples/masterDetail.jsp.source

This is what the servlet does:- (Nothing fancy)

 
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