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= Themes  =
 
= Themes  =
  
== JSF 2.0 Support ==
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== JSF 2.0 Support ==
  
The Helios release will introduce system level support for JSF 2.0.  This includes updates to:
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The Helios release will introduce system level support for JSF 2.0.  This includes updates to:  
  
#Facet and library framework support for JSF 2.0 projects.
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#Facet and library framework support for JSF 2.0 projects.  
#The XML catalog (after requisite IP review) for new XML schemas.
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#The XML catalog (after requisite IP review) for new XML schemas.  
#The application configuration EMF model (facesconfig) for new XML elements introduced in the release.
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#The application configuration EMF model (facesconfig) for new XML elements introduced in the release.  
#Supported web.xml configuration concepts.
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#Supported web.xml configuration concepts.  
#The JSF Tag Registry, which will become the authoratative source of information about JSF tags (both JSP and Facelet).
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#The JSF Tag Registry, which will become the authoratative source of information about JSF tags (both JSP and Facelet).  
 
#Component tree rendering for the addition of the rendering target concept and an API to retrieve component ids that are in use.
 
#Component tree rendering for the addition of the rendering target concept and an API to retrieve component ids that are in use.
  
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New JSF 2.0 concepts to be supported by the system are:
  
New JSF 2.0 concepts to be supported by the system are:
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#Annotation-based configuration of JSF artifacts.  
 
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#Implicit navigation rules formulated from supported action source tags.  
#Annotation-based configuration of JSF artifacts.
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#Implicit navigation rules formulated from supported action source tags.
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#Design time support for the JSF resource loading concept.
 
#Design time support for the JSF resource loading concept.
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== Flexibility of Adoption ==
  
 
= Bundling and Deployment Architecture  =
 
= Bundling and Deployment Architecture  =

Revision as of 17:54, 17 February 2010

This document is tentative and subject to change without notice.

Themes

JSF 2.0 Support

The Helios release will introduce system level support for JSF 2.0.  This includes updates to:

  1. Facet and library framework support for JSF 2.0 projects.
  2. The XML catalog (after requisite IP review) for new XML schemas.
  3. The application configuration EMF model (facesconfig) for new XML elements introduced in the release.
  4. Supported web.xml configuration concepts.
  5. The JSF Tag Registry, which will become the authoratative source of information about JSF tags (both JSP and Facelet).
  6. Component tree rendering for the addition of the rendering target concept and an API to retrieve component ids that are in use.


New JSF 2.0 concepts to be supported by the system are:

  1. Annotation-based configuration of JSF artifacts.
  2. Implicit navigation rules formulated from supported action source tags.
  3. Design time support for the JSF resource loading concept.

Flexibility of Adoption

Bundling and Deployment Architecture

System Requirements

Locator Framework

Application Configuration Manager

New Locators