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Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling User Guide
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Creating a JSF JSP Page

To create a JSF JSP Page you simply create a JSP Page and add the tag libraries for the JSF components that you wish to use.

Step 1: Create JSP Page: New JSP Wizard

New JSP Page 1

Add the page to the WebContent folder or sub-folder for your project.

New JSP Page 2

Choose "Next..." to select page template

New JSP Page 2

Press "Finish" to create the page.

Step 2: Add Tag Libraries

These are the tag library references necessary to access the JSF Standard tag libraries:

Add Tag Libs

If the jars that contain the tag libraries are present on the classpath, then content assist for the tags should be available.

Content Assist

Use the JSF Library Reference feature to add more jars to the Web project.

Related concepts

JSF Libraries
JSF JSP Page Source Editing
JSF Facets

Related reference

Tag Library Support
JSF Libraries

Related tasks

Create JSF Application
JSF Library References

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