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Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling User Guide
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JSF Library Management

The JSF Tools project helps users manage the JAR files for a Dynamic Web Project using the JDT User Library feature. This enables a user to add the JSF implementation JAR files, custom JSF-JSP Tag libraries and supporting JAR files to the classpath of the project. The user can optionally deploy the JAR files to the WEB-INF/lib directory at publish time using the J2EE Module Dependencies.

Configure JSF Libraries


The tool validates that the project has the JSF implementation JAR files on the classpath.

Validate JSF Library

Download Library

This feature allows user to download the JSF implementation JAR files.

Download Library

Library Provided By Target Runtime

If the user has chosen a runtime adapter that is capable of supplying the JSF implementation libraries, the library configuration can be disabled by selecting the option, "Disable Library Configuration" . This replaces the "Server Supplied" option of previous releases.

Disable Library Configuration

Project References

When a JDT User Library is referenced by a project, either at JSF Facet install time, or at a later time by adding it using projects Java Build Path property page, the library is placed on the project's build classpath as a classpath container. In order for the jars in the library to be deployed with the application, the library must also be selected in the Java EE Module Dependencies page. This handles placing each jar in the library into the WEB-INF/lib directory of the deployed application.

Set Java EE Module dependencies

Legacy Library Configuration

Existing JSF applications that use the JSF Library feature from earlier releases (WTP 3.1 and earlier), will continue to work in this release. The tool will detect an older workspace and configure the existing JSF application to use a 'Legacy Library Configuration' as the library type. Users are encouraged to switch to the 'Use Library' type.

Support for Legacy Library configuration

Related concepts
JSF Facets

Related reference
JDTUser Library

Related tasks
Migrating a projectusing JSF Library to use JDT User Library
Create JSF Project

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