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JSF Custom Error Pages

When you run an application in the development project stage and you encounter an error, you get an error message in an …

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JSF + Scala Integration

Scala is a popular programming language for the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Like Java, it is strongly typed and object-oriented, but it also supports …

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JSF + Groovy Integration

Groovy is another popular programming language for the Java Virtual Machine. Groovy is dynamically typed, and groovy code can be more concise than the …

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JSF 2 SystemEventListener Example

The System Events are normally specified in the JavaServer Faces Specification 2.2 under “System Events” Subject. This concept expands on the idea …

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JSF 2 @FlowScoped Example

With JSF 2.2, the JavaServer Faces technology allows you to create a set of pages with the new scope FlowScoped, that scope …

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JSF 2 @ConversationScoped Example

JavaServer Faces has been coming with different kinds of scopes; scopes that already used for defining the Managed Beans. Most of the …

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JSF 2 ViewScoped Example

View scope was added in the JSF 2.0. A bean in view scope persists while the same JSF view (page) is re …

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