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Menen Zwerky
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Hello I have to study JSF,
I got eclipse-jee-helios-win32
I also saw the link http://www.eclipse.org/webtools/jsf/main.php
Il WTP included in eclipse-jee-helios-win3 or is it a different installation ?
WTP is included in eclipse-jee-helios-win32 for developing JSF?
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Remko Strating
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I use eclipse version

Version: Helios Release
Build id: 20100617-1415

It works good with JSF. You can get the WTP by using Install new Software.
 
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I have the same Eclipse build. It seems to me that WTP is included, don't you think so?
But when I try to create a new Web Project I don't see the voice "J2EE Web Application" listed with the others, do you know why?
I see Dynamic Web Project and Static Web Project. Is that the same thing?
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Try Dynamic Web Project and see what happens.

Use the project facets for adding JSF capabilities
 
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Creating a New Dynamic Web Application in the configuration section, I selected the JavaServer Faces Project v1.2 but it's saying to me I have to put Dynamic Web Module 2.5. Mine is 2.4, where may I get the 2.5 one?
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Menen Zwerky
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In the installed software I find just "Eclipse IDE for Java Developer ", I select it and then click Update, but it says to me that no update were found.
What's the Dynamic web module 2.5 then? Where it comes from?
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Are you running the web project on Tomcat 5.5? Use then Tomcat 6.0.

The target runtime of you webproject should be able to support Dynamic WebModule 2.5.
 
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I use Tomcat 5.5, in production environment at work they use Tomcat 5.5 so that I have to reproduce the same environment, is there an alternative way in order to make the things work fine?
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Use Project facet JSF 1.1.
 
Menen Zwerky
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But they what me to learn JSF 1.2, isn't it compatible with Tomcat 5.5?
What's the Dynamic web module 2.5 then? Where it comes from? is it it related with Eclipse or Tomcat?
I use Eclipse Helios the last version
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JavaServer Faces 1.2 and Tomcat 5.5
 
Menen Zwerky
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Thanks
What do you advice to me to have a disallinead situation with the production environment trying to use Tomcat6.0 or instead continuing to use Tomcat 5.5 and then using JSF1.1. Are there a lot differences between JSF1.1 and JSF1.2.
I'm just a beginner.
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Menen
 
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I would report that there is an inconsistency with the production environment en let your customer/work decide what to do? Why guessing what to do?
 
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Thanks a lot
Menen
 
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