Monday Nov 16, 2009

POST-REDIRECT-GET and JSF 2.0

This Tech Tip shows you how to implement the POST-REDIRECT-GET (PRG) pattern in JavaServer Faces 2.0 technology. [Read More]

Friday Oct 30, 2009

Using CDI and Dependency Injection for Java in a JSF 2.0 Application

This Tech Tip illustrates the use of three powerful technologies in the Java EE 6 platform: Contexts and Dependency Injection, Dependency Injection For Java, and JavaServer Faces 2.0. [Read More]

Monday Sep 15, 2008

True Abstraction: Composite UI Components in JSF 2.0 -- Part 2

Part 1 of this tip showed you how to create a composite UI component and use it in a web application. In Part 2, you will learn how to add functionality to the composite component that you created. [Read More]

Friday Aug 29, 2008

True Abstraction: Composite UI Components in JSF 2.0 -- Part 1

This Tech Tip introduces a powerful new feature in JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 technology: composite user interface (UI) components. This feature allows you to turn any collection of page markup into a JSF UI component -- with attached validators, converters, action listeners, and value change listeners -- for use by page authors.[Read More]

Thursday Dec 20, 2007

Tech Tips Quiz

Over the years, the Enterprise Java Technologies Tech Tips have covered a wide variety of enterprise Java technology topics. Here's a short quiz that tests your knowledge of some topics covered in recent Tech Tips. You can find the answers at the end of the quiz.[Read More]

Monday Oct 01, 2007

Improving JSF Security Configuration With Secured Managed Beans

Java EE allows you to protect web resources through declarative security, but this approach does not allow you to protect local beans used by servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSPs). This tip will show you a way to extend JSF security configuration beyond web pages using managed bean methods.[Read More]
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