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JSF 2.3 Part1, Getting Started

December 19, 2014 in JSF

It is really not so early to start working with the upcoming JSF 2.3 and testing it. In this post, I will show you how to get started in JSF 2.3 by building JSF (Mojarra) jars from its source then use them for your JSF 2.3 application which will run in Tomcat 7.

Building JSF Jars from SVN:

  1. First of all, you need to make sure that you have both SVN and Apache Ant installed and configured in your operating system.
  2. Check out the source code using the following SVN command:
    svn checkout https://svn.java.net/svn/mojarra~svn/trunk
    
  3. In order to build the JSF Mojarra jars for Apache Tomcat then create a new file called build.properties under trunk. Then copy build.properties.tomcat file (which is located directly under trunk) content into it. Do not forget to set jsf.build.home property to the directory in which the sources were checked out into as follows for example.
    # --------------------------------------------------
    # Set this to the directory in which the sources
    # were checked out into
    # --------------------------------------------------
    jsf.build.home=/Users/hazems/projects/mojarra23/trunk
    
  4. CD to the jsf.build.home path, and then execute the following ant command:
    ant clean main
    
  5. After the successful execution of the previous command, you can get Mojarra jars from:
    1. jsf-api-intermediate.jar from trunk/jsf-api/build/lib directory.
    2. javax.faces.jar from trunk/jsf-ri/build/lib directory.

Configuring your first JSF 2.3 application:

Simply all what you need to work with JSF 2.3 in Tomcat 7 is to do the following:

  • Place the two Mojarra jars in step 4 in your web application WEB-INF/lib folder.
  • Set the JSF version in the faces-config.xml to 2.3 as follows.
    <?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?>
    <faces-config version="2.3"
        xmlns="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee"
        xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
        xsi:schemaLocation="http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/web-facesconfig_2_3.xsd"> 
    </faces-config>
    
  • Then now, you can write your JSF application and it will be powered by the upcoming JSF 2.3. I made a very basic JSF 2.3 sample which you can reach its code in the following GitHub URL:
    https://github.com/hazems/jsf2.3-work/tree/master/sampleJSF1
  • Screen Shot 2014-12-20 at 1.07.36 AM

    In my next JSF 2.3 posts, I will show you some of the JSF 2.3 implemented features “so far” in order to allow you to start working with them so stay tuned.

    Sharing Xcode 5 projects on SVN with no issues

    January 2, 2014 in iOS

    In order to share Xcode 5 project on SVN, you can do it by doing the following:
    1. Choose Xcode -> Preferences.
    2. Choose “Accounts” tab.
    3. In the “Accounts” tab, click “+” -> “Add Repository”.
    4. Enter the SVN Repository information as shown in the screenshot below:
    SVN Information Window

    P.S. You may face the following error while trying to add SVN repo to Xcode as follows:
    xcode cannot verify the identity of the server

    In order to resolve this issue, just click "Show Certificate", unfold the disclosure arrow and set the “Trust” option menu to “Always Trust”.

    5. After doing these steps, you can choose the local folder ("iOSProjects" for example) in which you want to do svn checkout. You can do this from "Source code" -> "Checkout".

    6. Finally, you can create (or place) your Xcode project under your local folder "iOSProjects" to add and commit the project files to SVN.

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