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Mirko Sertic
MyFaces 1.2, JBoss PortletBridge, Facelets and Richfaces
18 de marzo de 2010 10:27
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Mirko Sertic

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Hi@all

i'd like to know if there is a tutorial available using the JSR 301 PortletBridge with Facelets and Richfaces available.

We are using Liferay 5.2.3 with the MyFaces 1.2.6, JBoss PortletBridge 1.0.0.CR3 and Facelets 1.1.13. The custom portlets are deployed right and can be added to a page. But page navigation using h:commandLink does not work as the Request is not recognized as a postback, as there seems to be no javax.faces.ViewState in the request. Is this a known bug?

Thanks in advance
Mirko
Hermann yao
RE: MyFaces 1.2, JBoss PortletBridge, Facelets and Richfaces
18 de marzo de 2010 15:13
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Hermann yao

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Try to walk your project as a web application jsf. Then you converted portlet project. The problem must be in your face config file and / or where you had place your .html or .
jsp files.

http://freemockexamssunjava.scja.com/jsr168/399test829mockexamsportletdevelopmentbooks.jsp?link=multi16jsr168jsfportlet
Mirko Sertic
RE: MyFaces 1.2, JBoss PortletBridge, Facelets and Richfaces
19 de marzo de 2010 5:07
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Mirko Sertic

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Hi

No, it seems to be related to MyFaces. When i change to Mojarra 1.2_14, everything is working well. It must have something to do with incompatibilities between Liferay, the JBoss Portlet Bridge and MyFaces 1.2.

Regards
Mirko