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JSF tags not rendering in HTML when uploaded to online server , but renders on LocalHost  RSS feed

 
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The JSF textbox tags are not rendering when uploaded in online server . But with localHost it's rendering .

This is the xhtml :






The web.xml code is :


The faces-cponfig is :





Please I appreciate all inputs . Thanks in advance



 
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Welcome to the Ranch Babatunde!

I have added Code Tags to your message to make it easier to read. Code tags can be added when you post a message by using the "Code" button on the message editor.

There is no difference between "online" and localhost execution of JSF webapps. So apparently you did not deploy your webapp to the remote server properly. JSF webapps, like all Java webapps must be in the form of a WAR, as defined by the J2EE standard.
 
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Tim Holloway wrote:Welcome to the Ranch Babatunde!

I have added Code Tags to your message to make it easier to read. Code tags can be added when you post a message by using the "Code" button on the message editor.

There is no difference between "online" and localhost execution of JSF webapps. So apparently you did not deploy your webapp to the remote server properly. JSF webapps, like all Java webapps must be in the form of a WAR, as defined by the J2EE standard.





Thanks for the assistance , what do you suggest I do to get it working ?
 
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