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Eclipse Tomcat plugin tutorial

In this tutorial, we will learn to configure and use the Tomcat Plugin for Eclipse. Although there are a few tomcat plugins available, but we will specifically use the Sysdeo Tomcat plugin as part of this tutorial. Sysdeo Tomcat plugin offers the following advantages:             Sysdeo Tomcat Launcher plugin has been one of the most ...

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PanelGrid Example with JSF 2.0

Today we ‘re gonna talk about table formatting in JSF. Remember yourself on your very first steps to Web Development, how easy was it to manipulate a table with raw HTML? You had to follow a strict writing with a bunch of specific HTML tags, in order to get what you wanted to. JSF is here to make our lives ...

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OutputText Example with JSF 2.0

Hi there, pretty short time since my last example! I’ ll firstly try to give a short explanation about the connection of my last example with this. So, let’s give it a try! The reason that we ‘re now won’t have a full example of multiple selectable dropdown list, as we used to in the last few examples, is that ...

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Dropdown List (selectOneMenu) Example with JSF 2.0

Hi there, it’s been a long time since my last example, but there isn’t any time at all, after work. So, let’s get back to business. Remembering myself explaining quite interesting stuff in an easy way, in the last few examples, we ‘ll continue on the same basis, but this time, we ‘ll get our hands dirty with dropdown lists! ...

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java.library.path – What is Java library and how to use

In this tutorial, we will discuss how to set java.library.path. We will explain its definition, and how can be used by Java applications. The Java Virtual Machine (JVM) uses the java.library.path property in order to locate native libraries. This property is part of the system environment used by Java, in order to locate and load native libraries used by an ...

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Multiple Selection ListBox Example with JSF 2.0

Hello again World, it’s been a long time since my last example, so let’s get back to work! If you can’t remember, in our last example, we were talking about listboes integration with JSF 2.0. Ok, but what happens if user has to select more than one single option from a listbox? That is, that’s the purpose of this example. ...

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ListBox Example with JSF 2.0

Hello Java Developers, today we ‘re gonna talk about listboxes in JSF 2.0. In JSF, we can use the <h:selectOneListbox /> tag, in order to render a single-selection listbox. For example, a simple HTML listbox that includes three options, could be displayed using JSF, like below:                     <h:selectOneListbox value="#{user.favoriteYear}"> <f:selectItem itemValue="2000" ...

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CheckBox Example with JSF 2.0

Hi there, hope you had an interesting day. Today we ‘re gonna talk about checkboxes in JSF 2.0. To represent a checkbox in JSF, we use the tag h:selectBooleanCheckbox. Ok, that’s really easy, but what if we ‘d like to create a group of checkboxes, where the user could select more than one checkbox? This can be done using the ...

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Radio Buttons Example with JSF 2.0

So today, we ‘re gonna talk about radiobuttons’ integration together with JSF 2.0 and Eclipse IDE. In JSF, we can use the h:selectOneRadio tag, in order to create a radiobutton like input element.                     For example, assume the following JSF code: <h:selectOneRadio value="#{user.favoriteBMW}"> <f:selectItem itemValue="335" itemLabel="BMW 335" /> <f:selectItem itemValue="316" itemLabel=" ...

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Hidden Value Example with JSF 2.0

In this example, we are going to demonstrate a simple way to implement a hidden value field in JSF. Hidden value fields, are used to submit data that are not inserted and authorised from the user. Some years ago (J2EE 1.4), a hidden value field was one of the three techniques that were used to implement web sessions. In JSF, ...

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