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Did someone managed to make MAVEN + Dinamic web project + jsf + bootsfaces + Tomcat work?  RSS feed

 
Jacqueline Steremberg
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Hello beautiful people!
I am taking my first steps on this overwhelming world of JAVA, and I started trying to configure my eclipse with no luck.
Did someone combine this frameworks and had a positive result?
Thank you in advance,

Jacqueline
 
Tim Holloway
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I don't mess with the Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse, I just do regular projects. I don't use WTP to run Tomcat, however, and it's possible that without the Dynamic Web Project facets that WTP will run even worse than it does already. By which you can deduce that I'm not a big fan of WTP. I use Mongrel to run Tomcat within Eclipse.

I have plenty of projects that incorporate Maven, JSF (usually RichFaces) and JPA to build Tomcat test and production modules. In fact, I even use Maven to create OS install packages (RPMs) so that not only is the WAR itself built, but I have the ability to ensure that any external filesystem constructs are taken care of as well.

I have heard of Bootstrap, but bootsfaces is new to me. However, there is a version of it listed in the Maven repository, so you should be able to do what you want as soon as you figure out which dependencies are compatible.
 
Stephan Rauh
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First of all: welcome to the BootsFaces community!

I've uploaded a couple of examples at https://github.com/stephanrauh/BootsFaces-Examples. Each of the subfolder is a Maven project. Just clone or copy the folder to your hard disk. In case you're not familiar with Git, you can also download the projects as a ZIP file. After that, open Eclipse and click "File" (in the menu bar) --> "Import" --> "Maven" --> "Existing Maven projects". In most cases, that's all you need to get started.

If you need more help, don't hesitate to ask - either here, or on StackOverflow.com, or - if it's a real BootsFaces error or a feature request - on our Bugtracker (https://github.com/TheCoder4eu/BootsFaces-OSP/issues).

Enjoy!
Stephan
 
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