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Hi All,

Our project uses JSF2, Spring3, Hibernate3. We want to use JSF only as a view and still follow Spring's Controller. Using eclipse I created a Dynamic web project and chose JSF 2, so it created a JSF project for me, I added Spring Nature to the project and added the following code in faces-config.xml.


<variable-resolver>
org.springframework.web.jsf.DelegatingVariableResolver
</variable-resolver>

How can still use Spring controller and JSF as View.

Thanks
 
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Search the web for resources show you how to integrate with JSF and create pdf report. Those two are two separate implementation so, don't expect they both complement each other.

JSF is a mess, check out Wicket integration for simpler solution.

Show us what you have done and we will walk you through there...

 
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