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java.lang.IllegalStateException: [...] could not find Factory: javax.faces.context.FacesContex

 
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Hi to all.

I'm working on an web application under IBM WAS 6.1 with JSF 1.2, RichFaces 3.3,
the same application was correctly working on a machine but I had the need to migrate to another machine;
I exported and restored the application and the server configuration to the new machine, but...
at the moment to run it, the server start (correctly, i think) but the application responds as follows:




do you have any suggestion ?

thanks.

byez
 
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This happens when the application tries to look the jsf jars in the lib folder and fails to find it.

just keep all the jsf jars in the lib folder and restart the server.
your problem should be solved
 
Greenhorn
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Did you able to resolve that issue? I am having the same problem and I had all my jsf jars in lib and, it still throwing the same error.
 
Bishal Ghimire
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Problem resolved. Had bug in the web.xml, incorrect classpath naming issue.
 
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I had same exception:
I solved it by adding listener class for jsf in web.xml as below:

 
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Please check which Mojarra you are using..Please try the latest one..
 
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