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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Trivial Update of "Library dependencies" by vanosten
Date Thu, 22 Sep 2005 11:37:41 GMT
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The following page has been changed by vanosten:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/Library_dependencies

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  || myfaces-impl.jar || 1.1.0 || Alternatively use myfaces-all.jar ||
  || myfaces-api.jar || 1.1.0 || Alternatively use myfaces-all.jar ||
  || tomahawk.jar || 1.1.0 || If you want to use MyFaces extensions. Alternatively use myfaces-all.jar
||
+ || [http://struts.apache.org/ Apache Struts] struts.jar || 1.2.7 || Required only if you
are doing tiles work, will change to the tile.jar file once tiles is pulled from struts. ||
  || portlet-api.jar || implementation specific || Required only if you are doing portlets
according to the [http://jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=168 Java Portlet Specification 1.0]. E.g.
[http://portals.apache.org/pluto/ Apache Portals Pluto] which is the reference implementation
|| 
- || [http://struts.apache.org/ Apache Struts] struts.jar || 1.2.7 || Required only if you
are doing tiles work, will change to the tile.jar file once tiles is pulled from struts. ||
  
  === Installation ===
- * Copy the libraries (jar-files) into the WEB-INF/lib directory of your .war file.
+  * Copy the libraries (jar-files) into the WEB-INF/lib directory of your .war file.
- * If you are using a JSP 1.2 container like Tomcat 4 you must also copy the file jsp-2.0.jar
to your WEB-INF/lib dir.
+  * If you are using a JSP 1.2 container like Tomcat 4 you must also copy the file jsp-2.0.jar
to your WEB-INF/lib dir.
- * Make sure that there is no jsf-api.jar (i.e. Suns API implementation) in the classpath
or in one of your container's shared lib directories (e.g. common/lib or shared/lib for Tomcat).
+  * Make sure that there is no jsf-api.jar (i.e. Suns API implementation) in the classpath
or in one of your container's shared lib directories (e.g. common/lib or shared/lib for Tomcat).
  
  Alternatively you can add the libraries to the classpath of your Servlet container (check
the documentation of your container).
  

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