1. JSF link results in plain XHTML file instead of generated JSF page stackoverflow.com
I have some JSF xhtml pages like below.
ROOT | |--index.xhtml | |--register.xhtml | |--<templates> (Directory) | | | |--userForm.xhtml | | | |--banner.xhtmlboth pages are using the templates from templates directory. My index ...
2. Capture generated HTML output of JSF page stackoverflow.com
Does anyone have a class which I can run on the server side which will generate the HTML output of an xhtml JSF page that I can then use to email ...
3. JSF generated pages and entities, selectOneMenu stackoverflow.com
Using NetBeans, I have generated Hibernate mapping files and set of POJOs. I have also generated a set of JSF pages from entity classes (those generated POJOs). Now, I am trying to ...
4. JSF and Filter redirection generate blank page stackoverflow.com
This is driving me insane, is there any good way for redirecting JSF page from Filter?
Here is my code in
5. JSF 2.0 Convert XHTML Page to PDF using Flying Saucer: java.lang.IllegalStateException stackoverflow.com
I am trying to convert and export a JSF Page to PDF. I tried it the following way: Bean:
6. How to edit Netbeans 6.9.1 generated JSF2 CRUD pages for Functionality forums.netbeans.org
7. Dynamically generating JSF Pages forums.netbeans.org
Hello nbj2ee, I'd like to ask a general, not only a netbeans question: If I try to generate CRUD JSF pages dynamically from the domain model, i.e. the JPA Classes plus annotations, how do I do this? My approach is to have a servlet that generates xhtml according to facelets syntax and feed them into the facelets servlet. As I do ...
8. Returning dynamically generated jnlp from JSF page coderanch.com
Hi Ray It is possible to render a jnlp to client which is created dynamically. First of all fetch the paramaters values from request which you want to pass dynamically in jnlp. Create a JSP like the one below <% String param1 = request.getParameter("paramNameInRequest"); response.setContentType("application/x-java-jnlp-file"); response.setHeader("Expires", "0"); response.setHeader("Content-disposition", "filename=myfile.jnlp"); response.addDateHeader("Date", java.util.Calendar.getInstance().getTime().getTime()); response.addDateHeader("Last-Modified", java.util.Calendar.getInstance().getTime().getTime()); %>