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How to add support for icefaces in existing JSF project. (Ganymede, v3.4)  RSS feed

 
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How to add support for icefaces in existing JSF project. (Ganymede, v3.4)

I have downloaded

->ICEfaces-1.7.1-Eclipse-3.4-beta-plugins
->ICEfaces-1.7.2-SP1-Eclipse-3.4-plugins

i am using Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers (Ganymede, v3.4)
 
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have you found solution to your problem? If yes, please help me.
 
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Add/place libraries in lib folder of the application ,required for the icefaces components and configure icefaces in the web.xml file.
 
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