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Full Web Application Tomcat JSF Primefaces JPA Hibernate – Part 3

Primefaces AutoComplete, JSF Converter This post continues from part 1 and part 2. The JSF has the Converter tool that helps us get some data from the user view and transform into an ...
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Full Web Application Tomcat JSF Primefaces JPA Hibernate – Part 2

ManagedBeans This post continues from part 1 of this tutorial. In the “com.mb” package you will need to create the classes bellow: package com.mb;import org.primefaces.context.RequestContext;import ...
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Full Web Application Tomcat JSF Primefaces JPA Hibernate – Part 1

We created this post that will show how to create a full web application using the following tools: Tomcat7, JSF2 (Facelets and Libraries) with Primefaces (with AutoComplete), JPA ...
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Dynamic forms, JSF world was long waiting for

The new PrimeFaces Extensions release 0.5.0 brought a new DynaForm component. Normally, we can build a form quite straightforward by ...
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Lazy JSF Primefaces Datatable Pagination – Part 2

The page code is very simple and there is no complication. Check the “index.xhtml” code: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd"> <html ...
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Lazy JSF Primefaces Datatable Pagination – Part 1

Today we will do JSF datatable pagination with a Lazy List with a view scoped managed bean. What all those words/expressions mean? There are several JSF frameworks today that provide ...
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JSF 2, PrimeFaces 3, Spring 3 & Hibernate 4 Integration Project

This article shows how to integrate JSF2, PrimeFaces3, Spring3 and Hibernate4 Technologies. It provides a general project template for Java developers. Also if Spring is not used ...
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