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Error trying to add composite component programmatically (“no tag was defined for name”)

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I'm facing one of those errors that you're almost sure that you're not doing anything wrong, but the error simply won't go away, no mather what you do.

I have this composite component:


When I use it in a xhtml page like this:

Everything works fine. The component is rendered without problems and works well.

But when I try to add it programmatically, using OmniFaces Components#includeCompositeComponent, like this:

I get this error:

If I change the code to add the composite component to this (changing inputMask.xhtml to just inputMask):

I get this error instead:

I would like to have your help to solve this issue, because I've already tried many things but didn't have success.

I'm using Wildfly 10.1.0.Final (which comes with Mojarra 2.2.13)

PS.: I know Primefaces has an input mask component, but I wouldn't like to use Primefaces.

Cross-posted: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39511065/error-trying-to-add-composite-component-programmatically-no-tag-was-defined-fo
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