The Daily Bugs

A web developer's daily life

Tag / Java

July 6, 2011

Adding Richfaces 4.0.0.Final Libraries to Your Project

Richfaces 4.0.0.Final is out there, and so far it’s pretty useful as usual, but when I wanted to add it in my NetBeans project on JSF 2.1.2, many exceptions, many unrecognizable stack traces. I started googling, after hundreds of results and surfing I ended up with collecting what I needed to get it working, and …

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July 6, 2011

Using Richfaces 4.0 and Primefaces 3.0.M1 in the Same Web Application

They’re both great, they both have a very useful components that it’s just not easy to give up on one of them, it has been the same since Richfaces 3.0 and Primefaces 1.0. Long story cut short, what happens when you use them together is that Richfaces’ components works “almost” normally, while Primfaces’ just don’t. …

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December 10, 2010

Arabic and UTF-8 Languages with iReport

When you try to integrate iRerport into your Java application’s reporting system, you might run into a problem figuring out how to implement utf-8 based languages with the generated PDF report file. Characters will be replaced by void, or question marks ????. Here’s how I solved it:

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December 9, 2010

Friendly URLs in JSF with Glassfish

You can’t help but noticing the easy and beautiful friendly url in PHP pages, that it all depends on apache’s mod_rewrite and unfortunately Glassfish doesn’t have it, and if you want to apply it in JSF, or JSP you have to implement phase listeners, filters and, and … Luckily tuckey.org created an API based on …

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