[PJUG Javamail] Meeting Tuesday
Ken.Paulsen at Sun.COM
Fri Oct 20 04:32:25 EDT 2006
I believe they will require JSF 1.2. You will likely be able to use JSF
1.2 w/ WebSphere (although I don't know that their classloader works
correctly for sure) -- the JSF libraries are intended to be pluggable.
Creator v2 ships w/ a JSF 1.1 compatible set of components that is very
similar to Woodstock (i.e. they are an earlier version of the Woodstock
Vijay Balakrishnan wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> Do you know what the JSF based Woodstock components are ? Are they
> available for use with JSF 1.0 or 1.1 or whatever hybrid version that
> Websphere concocts up ?
> On 10/19/06, *Ken Paulsen* <Ken.Paulsen at sun.com
> <mailto:Ken.Paulsen at sun.com>> wrote:
> If there is interest, I can talk about JSF w/ an emphasis on the
> JSFTemplating OS project. I have a set of slides I presented @ Sun
> week that I can use.
> Jon Batcheller wrote:
> > Our planned speaker has switched to November, so
> > the October meeting next week is currently open!
> > This is YOUR big chance to talk about that new tool
> > you just downloaded, or to grab your colleague in the
> > next cubie over and talk about the cool stuff you
> > are doing in your project at work.
> > Send me some email now!
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