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NotSerializableException for UIComponents

Sometimes I am getting ‘bugs’ that claim there is something wrong with the (Trinidad) framework, as its UIComponents are NOT serializable… An example: java.io.NotSerializableException: org.apache.myfaces.trinidad.component.UIXSwitcher No, this is not a bug at all! First: Your (session/application/pageFlow scoped) backing beans should

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Apache MyFaces in the cloud – Part II

A few days ago I did a quick test to see how well Apache MyFaces “works” in the cloud. The Amazon Beanstalk test was a success. Now, I gave the new Run@Cloud offerings from @CloudBees a try. Apache MyFaces goes

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Apache MyFaces in the cloud

The Apache Software Foundation has a lot of offerings for cloud based infrastructure. There are a lot of projects in that directions. A few examples are: Hadoop, Cassandra, HBase or some that are currently undergoing incubation: Whirr / Libcloud. Two

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Enterprise Java without EJBs (but with CDI and MyFaces CODI)

At the W-JAX 2010 Peter Rossbach (Apache Tomcat Committer and freelancer) and I spoke about JavaEE 6 and particular the new ‘lightweight’ possibilities that are available with the WebProfile from JavaEE 6. We covered the following technologies in our talk:

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ADF Faces and Trinidad renderkits…

Looks like there is a confusion about the renderkits for Trinidad and ADF Faces. Today a colleague asked me what’s up with these renderkit IDs: oracle.adf.core oracle.adf.desktop oracle.adf.pda oracle.adf.rich The last one (oracle.adf.rich) is the one that you want to

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Using CDI Scopes with Spring 3

With the advent of Spring 3 the framework now supports the Java Injection standard (JSR 330). However, unfortunately, they do not support the scoping, which is introduced in Java EE 6,through the CDI specification (JSR 299). Now the big difference

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Apache MyFaces 2.0.0 has been released

Almost one year after the JavaServer Faces 2.0 specification went final, the Apache MyFaces project released the first release of it’s 2.0 offerings. Before this “final” release, there were a bunch of alpha/beta releases. The announcement about MyFaces 2.0.0 can

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