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guyr
Post subject: Facelets Tutorial with MyEclipse 7.5  PostPosted: Aug 11, 2009 - 07:38 AM



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I found a couple minor issues getting the prepackaged Facelets Tutorial http://www.myeclipseide.com/documentation/quickstarts/facelets/ to run under MyEclipse 7.5 that I thought I'd document for others. Here's what I had to do:

(1) Download the zip file as instructed and unzip it where appropriate. I was unable to import the zip file as instructed. I browsed to the zip file, but it didn't list a project for me to import. So, I instead created a new Web Project and told it to use the directory where I unzipped the file.

(2) list.xhtml has some typos. On line 24, value and var values are delimited by single quotes instead of double quotes.

(3) I don't know what the bug is exactly, but right-clicking the project and opening up the MyEclipse menu does not display either JSF or JPA. Although the project shows no problems, when I ran it the Tomcat log showed class def not found exceptions. So, I edited the Java build path, selected Add Library, then under MyEclipse, selected Facelets 1.1 and TopLink Essentials.

Now the project will run successfully.

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Post subject: RE: Facelets Tutorial with MyEclipse 7.5  PostPosted: Aug 11, 2009 - 06:15 PM
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Guy,
Thank you for taking time out to post this information on the forums. I'll let the dev team know about this as well and we shall try and get this rectified asap.

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