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Eclipse JavaServer Faces Tooling User Guide
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Migrating a project using JSF Library to use JDT User Library


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.

Step 1: Open Project Properties and Switch Library type to 'User Library'


Switch library type to 'User Library'


Switch library type to 'User Library'


Step 2: Download JSF implementation JAR files

Click on the 'Download library..' icon to downlaod the JAR files of a JSF implementation. Select the provider, update the download destination folder and click 'Next'.

Download  JSF implementation

Accept the license and press 'Finish' to download the JAR files to the project.

Download  JSF implementation

The tool will download the JAR files, create the User Library and add it to the project.


Download  JSF implementation

Related concepts

What happens when a JSFFacet is installed?

Related reference

JSF Library Management


Related tasks

Create JSF JSP page


 
 
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