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Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling User Guide
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Create JSF Project


To create a JSF project one creates a Dynamic Web project with a JSF Facet.

Step 1: New Dynamic Web Project

New Dynamic Web Project

Step 2: Specify JSF Facet Settings

Specify JSF Facet Settings


This dialog allows you to specify:

  • the JSF implementation and other JAR files that should be in the project classpath
  • if the JSF Libraries to be deployed to the WEB-INF/lib directory at deployment time
  • the name and location of the Faces configuration file
  • the name to give the Faces Servlet
  • the URL mapping patterns to use for the Faces Servlet

Note: your choices will be saved and used as the default settings the next time a JSF Facet is installed

When finish is invoked, the JSF Facet is installed.

Related concepts

JSF Facets
What happens when a JSF Facet is installed?

Related reference

JSF Application Configuration
Tutorial

Related tasks

Create or Update JSF Libraries
Create JSF JSP page


 
 
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