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By thodoris.bais
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Published: Jan 20 2014 / 05:25

As the title clarifies, in my very first tutorial, we are going to take a glance at setting our Eclipse IDE, in order to support JSF 2.0. Οlder Eclipse EE versions, such as Ganymede (v3.4) and Galileo (v3.5), support only JSF 1.2. In order to work with JSF 2.0, you just have to own an Eclipse EE version of Helios (v3.6) or onward, which has by default full support of Java EE 7, including JSF 2.0. Here’s the guide that will show you how to enable JSF 2.0 features in your Eclipse IDE. Tools Used : Eclipse EE Kepler (v 4.3) JSF 2.2
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