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Why h:outputScript attribute "name" is required

 
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I wrote following JSF Facelet code:



But, NetBeans 7.0.1 says that "The required attribute name is missing" at line 2.
When I open this page with my browser, the inline script is worked correctly.

My question is, although my code works correctly, why my IDE complains?
 
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I don't know, but I'm not sure that you can safely use the "$" jQuery notation in JSF due to potential conflicts with the EL processor. It's safer to use the "jQuery" form, instead.
 
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