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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "TracingMyFacesUsingAspectJ" by CagatayCivici
Date Fri, 11 Aug 2006 08:54:18 GMT
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The following page has been changed by CagatayCivici:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/TracingMyFacesUsingAspectJ

The comment on the change is:
Removed FacesTrace section

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  are designed to exclude cases where too much output is generated.  The compositional approach
taken by MyFaces results in a large number of similar invocations taking place which obscure
the critial elements of application flow.  Excluding the above cases produces a much cleaner
trace.  Note that in cases where too much output is straining the eyes, adding to the cases
of exclusions will usually make tracing much easier.
  
- == Tracing with FacesTrace ==
- 
- Another way to trace JSF applications is to use the FacesTrace library. The library watches
the JSF flows and displays the trace information on the page using the ft:trace component.
The significant features of the FacesTrace;
- 
-  * Phase Tracker: Calculates execution times of each phase
-  * LifeCycle visualizer: Visualizes the JSF lifecycle for the request being traced.
-  * FacesMessages: Displayes the current faces messages of the request.
-  * Scope Variables: Presents each variable in scopes like session, request, params and etc
with key-value pairs.
-  * Log4J Appender: Configuring the appender, log4j logs can be displayed on the page
-  * DHTML Component Tree: Visualizes the JSF Component tree with a dhtml tree
- 
- The homepage of the FacesTrace project: http://facestrace.sourceforge.net/
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