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    • Subscribe Now for FREE! refcardz.com tech facts at your fingertips CONTENTS INCLUDE: JavaServer Faces n Development Process n Lifecycle n Faces-config.xml n The JSF Expression Language JSF Core Tags By Cay S. Horstmann n n JSF HTML Tags and more... These common tasks give you a crash course into using JSF. AbOUT ThIS REfCARD Text field JavaServer Faces (JSF) is the “official” component-based page.jspx view technology in the Java EE web tier. JSF includes a set <h:inputText value=quot;#{bean1.luckyNumber}quot;> of predefined UI components, an event-driven programming model, and the ability to add third-party components. JSF faces-config.xml <managed-bean> is designed to be extensible, easy to use, and toolable. This <managed-bean-name>bean1</managed-bean-name> refcard describes the JSF development process, standard JSF <managed-bean-class>com.corejsf.SampleBean</ tags, the JSF expression language, and the faces-config.xml managed-bean-class> configuration file. <managed-bean-scope>session</managed-bean-scope> </managed-bean> DEvELOpmENT pROCESS com/corejsf/SampleBean.java public class SampleBean { public int getLuckyNumber() { ... } A developer specifies JSF components in JSF pages, public void setLuckyNumber(int value) { ... } combining JSF component tags with HTML and CSS for styling. ... Components are linked with managed beans—Java classes } that contain presentation logic and connect to business logic and persistence backends. Entries in faces-config.xml contain Button www.dzone.com navigation rules and instructions for loading managed beans. page.jspx <h:commandButton value=quot;press mequot; action=quot;#{bean1. servlet container login}quot;/> client devices web application faces-config.xml presentation application logic business logic <navigation-rule> navigation validation <navigation-case> database event handling <from-outcome>success</from-outcome> JSF Pages Managed Beans <to-view-id>/success.jspx</to-view-id> </navigation-case> web service <navigation-case> JSF framework <from-outcome>error</from-outcome> <to-view-id>/error.jspx</to-view-id> <redirect/> </navigation-case> A JSF page has the following structure: </navigation-rule> JSP Style Proper XML → <html> <?xml version=quot;1.0quot; encoding=quot;UTF-8quot;?> <%@ taglib <jsp:root xmlns:jsp=quot;http://java.sun.com/ uri=quot;http:// JSP/Pagequot; java.sun.com/jsf/ xmlns:f=quot;http://java.sun.com/jsf/corequot; corequot; xmlns:h=quot;http://java.sun.com/jsf/htmlquot; prefix=quot;fquot; %> version=quot;2.0quot;> <jsp:directive.page contentType=quot;text/ <%@ taglib html;charset=UTF-8quot;/> JavaServer Faces uri=quot;http:// <jsp:output omit-xml-declaration=quot;noquot; java.sun.com/jsf/ doctype-root-element=quot;htmlquot; htmlquot; doctype-public=quot;-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 prefix=quot;hquot; %> Transitional//ENquot; <f:view> doctype-system=quot;http://www.w3.org/TR/ <head> xhtml1/ <title>...</ DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtdquot;/> title> <f:view> </head> <html xmlns=quot;http://www.w3.org/1999/ <body> xhtmlquot;> <h:form> <head> ... <title>...</title> </h:form> </head> <body> </body> <h:form>...</h:form> </f:view> </body> </html> </html> </f:view> </jsp:root> DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 2 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips Button, continued ... <h:outputText value=quot;#{msgs.goodbye}!quot; com/corejsf/SampleBean.java styleClass=quot;goodbyequot;> public class SampleBean { ... public String login() { if (...) return </body> quot;successquot;; else return quot;errorquot;; } ... faces-config.xml } <application> <resource-bundle> Radio buttons <base-name>com.corejsf.messages</base-name> page.jspx <var>msgs</var> <h:selectOneRadio value=quot;#{form.condiment}> </resource-bundle> <f:selectItems value=quot;#{form.condimentItems}quot;/> </application> </h:selectOneRadio> com/corejsf/messages.properties com/corejsf/SampleBean.java goodbye=Goodbye public class SampleBean { com/corejsf/messages_de.properties private Map<String, Object> condimentItem = null; public Map<String, Object> getCondimentItems() { goodbye=Auf Wiedersehen if (condimentItem == null) { styles.css condimentItem = new LinkedHashMap<String, Object>(); .goodbye { condimentItem.put(quot;Cheesequot;, 1); // label, value font-style: italic; condimentItem.put(quot;Picklequot;, 2); font-size: 1.5em; ... color: #eee; } } return condimentItem; } Table with links public int getCondiment() { ... } Name public void setCondiment(int value) { ... } Washington, George Delete ... Jefferson, Thomas Delete } Lincoln, Abraham Delete Validation and Conversion Roosevelt, Theodore Delete page.jspx page.jspx <h:inputText value=quot;#{payment.amount}quot; <h:dataTable value=quot;#{bean1.entries}quot; var=quot;rowquot; required=quot;truequot;> styleClass=quot;tablequot; rowClasses=quot;even,oddquot;> <f:validateDoubleRange maximum=quot;1000quot;/> <h:column> </h:inputText> <f:facet name=quot;headerquot;> <h:outputText value=quot;#{payment.amount}quot;> <h:outputText value=quot;Namequot;/> <f:convertNumber type=quot;currencyquot;/> </f:facet> <!-- number displayed with currency symbol and <h:outputText value=quot;#{row.name}quot;/> group separator: $1,000.00 --> </h:column> </h:outputText> <h:column> <h:commandLink value=quot;Deletequot; action=quot;#{bean1. Error Messages deleteAction}quot; immediate=quot;truequot;> <f:setPropertyActionListener target=quot;#{bean1. idToDelete}quot; value=quot;#{row.id}quot;/> page.jspx </h:commandLink> <h:outputText value=quot;Amountquot;/> </h:column> </h:dataTable> <h:inputText id=quot;amountquot; label=quot;Amountquot; value=quot;#{payment.amount}quot;/> com/corejsf/SampleBean.java <!-- label is used in message text --> public class SampleBean { <h:message for=quot;amountquot;/> private int idToDelete; Resources and Styles public void setIdToDelete(int value) {idToDelete = value; } page.jspx public String deleteAction() { <head> // delete the entry whose id is idToDelete <link href=quot;styles.cssquot; rel=quot;stylesheetquot; return null; type=quot;text/cssquot;/> } ... public List<Entry> getEntries() {...} </head> ... <body> } DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 3 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips LIfECyCLE web.xml response complete response complete <?xml version=quot;1.0quot;?> <web-app xmlns=quot;http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaeequot; request Restore Apply Request Process Process Process View Values events Validations events xmlns:xsi=quot;http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchemainstancequot; xsi:schemaLocation=quot;http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee render response http://java.sun.com/xml/ns/javaee/web-app_2_5.xsdquot; response complete response complete version=quot;2.5quot;> <servlet> Render Process Invoke Process Update response Model <servlet-name>Faces Servlet</servlet-name> Response events Application events Values <servlet-class>javax.faces.webapp.FacesServlet</ conversion errors/render response servlet-class> validation or conversion errors/render response <load-on-startup>1</load-on-startup> </servlet> <!-- Add this element to change the extension for faces-config.xml JSF page files (Default: .jsp) --> <context-param> <param-name>javax.faces.DEFAULT_SUFFIX</param- The faces-config.xml file contains a sequence of the following name> entries. <param-value>.jspx</param-value> n managed-bean </context-param> 1. description , display-name, icon (optional) <servlet-mapping> 2. managed-bean-name <servlet-name>Faces Servlet</servlet-name> 3. managed-bean-class <url-pattern>*.faces</url-pattern> 4. managed-bean-scope 5. managed-property (0 or more, other optional choices <!-- Another popular URL pattern is /faces/* --> are map-entries and list-entries which are not </servlet-mapping> shown here) <welcome-file-list> 1. description, display-name, icon (optional) <welcome-file>index.faces</welcome-file> 2. property-name <!-- Create a blank index.faces (in addition to 3. value (other choices are null-value, map-entries, index.jspx) --> list-entries which are not shown here) <welcome-file>index.html</welcome-file> n navigation-rule <!-- Use <meta http-equiv=quot;Refreshquot; content= 1. description, display-name, icon (optional) quot;0; URL=index.facesquot;/> --> 2. from-view-id (optional, can use wildcards) </welcome-file-list> 3. navigation-case (1 or more) </web-app> n from-action (optional, not common) n from-outcome n to-view-id ThE JSf ExpRESSION LANgUAgE (EL) n application An EL expression is a sequence of literal strings and expressions m resource-bundle of the form base[expr1][expr2]... As in JavaScript, you 1. base-name can write base.identifier instead of base['identifier'] or 2. var m action-listener, default-render-kit-id, base[quot;identifierquot;]. The base is one of the names in the table resource-bundle, view-handler, state-manager, el- below or a name defined in faces-config.xml. resolver, property-resolver, variable-resolver, header A Map of HTTP header parameters, containing only the first application-extension (details not shown) value for each name. headerValues A Map of HTTP header parameters, yielding a String[] array of n converter all values for a given name. m converter-id param A Map of HTTP request parameters, containing only the first m converter-class value for each name. m Optional initialization (not shown here) paramValues A Map of HTTP request parameters, yielding a String[] array of all values for a given name. n validator cookie A Map of the cookie names and values of the current request. m validator-id initParam A Map of the initialization parameters of this web application. m validator-class requestScope A Map of all request scope attributes. m Optional initialization (not shown here) sessionScope A Map of all session scope attributes. n lifecycle applicationScope A Map of all application scope attributes. m phase-listener facesContext The FacesContext instance of this request. n component, factory, referenced-bean, render-kit, view The UIViewRoot instance of this request. faces-config-extension (details not shown) DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 4 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips The JSF Expression Language (EL), continued JSF Core Tags, continued There are two expression types: Tag Description/ Attributes n Value expression: a reference to a bean property or an f:convertNumber Adds a number converter to a component type number (default), currency , or entry in a map, list, or array. Examples: percent userBean.name calls getName or setName on the userBean pattern Formatting pattern, as defined in java.text.DecimalFormat object maxFractionDigits Maximum number of digits in the pizza.choices[var] calls pizza.getChoices( ).get(var) fractional part or pizza.getChoices( ).put(var, ...) minFractionDigits Minimum number of digits in the fractional part n Method expression: a reference to a method and the maxIntegerDigits Maximum number of digits in the object on which it is to be invoked. Example: integer part minIntegerDigits Minimum number of digits in the userBean.login calls the login method on the userBean integer part object when it is invoked. integerOnly True if only the integer part is parsed (default: false) In JSF, EL expressions are enclosed in #{...} to indicate groupingUsed True if grouping separators are deferred evaluation. The expression is stored as a string and used (default: true) locale Locale whose preferences are to evaluated when needed. In contrast, JSP uses immediate be used for parsing and formatting evaluation, indicated by ${...} delimiters. currencyCode ISO 4217 currency code to use when converting currency values currencySymbol Currency symbol to use when converting currency values JSf CORE TAgS f:validator Adds a validator to a component validatorId The ID of the validator Tag Description/ Attributes f:validateDoubleRange Validates a double or long value, or the length of a string f:view Creates the top-level view f:validateLongRange minimum, maximum the minimum and maximum of the locale The locale for this view. f:validateLength valid rang renderKitId The render kit ID for this view (JSF 1.2) f:loadBundle Loads a resource bundle, stores properties as a Map basename The resource bundle name beforePhase, Phase listeners that are called in afterPhase every phase except quot;restore viewquot; value The name of the variable that is bound to the bundle map f:subview Creates a subview of a view f:selectitems Specifies items for a select one or select many component binding, id, rendered Basic attributes binding, id Basic attributes f:facet Adds a facet to a component value Value expression that points to a SelectItem, an array or Collection of name the name of this facet SelectItem objects, or a Map mapping labels to values. f:attribute Adds an attribute to a component name, value the name and value of the attribute to set f:selectitem Specifies an item for a select one or select many component f:param Constructs a parameter child component binding, id Basic attributes name An optional name for this parameter itemDescription Description used by tools only component. itemDisabled Boolean value that sets the item’s value The value stored in this component. disabled property binding, id Basic attributes itemLabel Text shown by the item itemValue Item’s value, which is passed to the f:actionListener Adds an action listener or value change listener to a server as a request parameter f:valueChangeListener component value Value expression that points to a type The name of the listener class SelectItem instance f:setPropertyChange Adds an action listener to a component that sets a bean f:verbatim Adds markup to a JSF page Listener (JSF 1.2) property to a given value. escape If set to true, escapes <, >, and & characters. Default value is false. value The bean property to set when the action event occurs rendered (JSF 1.2) Basic attributes binding, id The value to set it to f:converter Adds an arbitary converter to a component JSf hTmL TAgS converterId The ID of the converter f:convertDateTime Adds a datetime converter to a component Tag Description type date (default), time, or both h:form HTML form dateStyle default, short, medium, long, or full h:inputText Single-line text input control timeStyle default, short, medium, long, or full h:inputTextarea Multiline text input control pattern Formatting pattern, as defined in java. text.SimpleDateFormat h:inputSecret Password input control locale Locale whose preferences are to be used for parsing and formatting h:inputHidden Hidden field timezone Time zone to use for parsing and formatting h:outputLabel Label for another component for accessibility → DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 5 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips JSF HTML tags, continued Attributes for h:inputText , h:inputSecret, h:inputTextarea , Tag Description and h:inputHidden h:outputLink HTML anchor Attribute Description cols For h:inputTextarea only—number of columns h:outputFormat Like outputText, but formats compound immediate Process validation early in the life cycle messages redisplay For h:inputSecret only—when true, the input h:outputText Single-line text output field’s value is redisplayed when the web page is reloaded h:commandButton Button: submit, reset, or pushbutton required Require input in the component when the form is submitted h:commandLink Link that acts like a register rows For h:inputTextarea only—number of rows pushbutton. valueChangeListener A specified listener that’s notified of value changes h:message Displays the most recent Amount too much message for a component Amount:'too much' is not a binding, converter, id, rendered, Basic attributes number. required, styleClass, value, Example: 99 validator h:messages Displays all messages accesskey, alt, dir, HTML 4.0 pass-through attributes—alt, maxlength, disabled, lang, maxlength, and size do not apply to h:inputTextarea. None readonly, size, style, apply to h:inputHidden tabindex, title h:grapicImage Displays an image onblur, onchange, onclick, DHTML events. None apply to h:inputHidden ondblclick, onfocus, onkeydown, onkeypress, h:selectOneListbox Single-select listbox onkeyup, onmousedown, onmousemove, onmouseout, onmouseover, onselect h:selectOneMenu Single-select menu Attributes for h:outputText and h:outputFormat Attribute Description h:selectOneRadio Set of radio buttons escape If set to true, escapes <, >, and & characters. Default value is true. h:selectBooleanCheckbox Checkbox binding, converter, id, rendered, Basic at tributes styleClass, value h:selectManyCheckbox Multiselect listbox style, title HTML 4.0 h:selectManyListbox Multiselect listbox Attributes for h:outputLabel Attribute Description h:selectManyMenu Multiselect menu for The ID of the component to be labeled. h:panelGrid HTML table binding, converter, id, rendered, Basic attributes value h:panelGroup Two or more components that are laid out as one h:dataTable A feature-rich table component h:column Column in a data table Attributes for h:graphicImage Attribute Description Basic Attributes binding, id, rendered, styleClass, value Basic attributes Attribute Description alt, dir, height, ismap, lang, longdesc, style, HTML 4.0 title, url, usemap, width id Identifier for a component onblur, onchange, onclick, ondblclick, onfocus, DHTML events binding Reference to the component that can be used in a backing onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, onmousedown, bean onmousemove, onmouseout, onmouseover, rendered A boolean; false suppresses rendering onmouseup styleClass Cascading stylesheet (CSS) class name value A component’s value, typically a value binding Attributes for h:commandButton valueChangeListener A method binding to a method that responds to value and h:commandLink changes Attribute Description converter Converter class name validator Class name of a validator that’s created and attached to a action If specified as a string: Directly specifies an component outcome used by the navigation handler to determine the JSF page to load next as a result required A boolean; if true, requires a value to be entered in the of activating the button or link If specified as a associated field method binding: The method has this signature: String methodName(); the string represents the outcome Attributes for h:form actionListener A method binding that refers to a method with this signature: void methodName(ActionEvent) Attribute Description charset For h:commandLink only—The character binding, id, rendered, styleClass Basic attributes encoding of the linked reference image For h:commandButton only—A context-relative accept, acceptcharset, dir, enctype, lang, HTML 4.0 attributes path to an image displayed in a button. If you style, target, title (acceptcharset corresponds to specify this attribute, the HTML input’s type will HTML accept-charset) be image. onblur, onchange, onclick, ondblclick, onfocus, DHTML events immediate A boolean. If false (the default), actions and action onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, onmousedown, listeners are invoked at the end of the request onmousemove, onmouseout, onmouseover, onreset, life cycle; if true, actions and action listeners are onsubmit invoked at the beginning of the life cycle. DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 6 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips h:commandButton and h:commandLink , Attributes for h:message and h:messages continued Attribute Description type For h:commandButton: The type of Attribute Description the generated input element: button, submit, or reset. The default, unless you for The ID of the component whose message is displayed—applicable specify the image attribute, is submit. For only to h:message h:commandLink: The content type of the linked resource; for example, text/html, image/ errorClass CSS class applied to error messages gif, or audio/basic errorStyle CSS style applied to error messages value The label displayed by the button or link. fatalClass CSS class applied to fatal messages You can specify a string or a value reference expression. fatalStyle CSS style applied to fatal messages accesskey, alt, binding, id, lang, Basic attributes globalOnly Instruction to display only global messages—applicable only to rendered, styleClass, value h:messages. Default: false coords (h:commandLink only), dir, HTML 4.0 disabled (h:commandButton only), infoClass CSS class applied to information messages hreflang (h:commandLink only), lang, readonly, rel (h:commandLink infoStyle CSS style applied to information messages only), rev (h:commandLink only), layout Specification for message layout: table or list—applicable only shape (h:commandLink only), style, to h:messages tabindex, target (h:commandLink only), title, type showDetail A boolean that determines whether message details are shown. onblur, onchange, onclick, DHTML events Defaults are false for h:messages, true for h:message ondblclick, onfocus, onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, onmousedown, showSummary A boolean that determines whether message summaries are onmousemove, onmouseout, shown. Defaults are true for h:messages, false for h:message onmouseover, onmouseup, onselect tooltip A boolean that determines whether message details are rendered in a tooltip; the tooltip is only rendered if showDetail and showSummary are true warnClass CSS class for warning messages Attributes for h:outputLink warnStyle CSS style for warning messages Attribute Description binding, id, Basic attributes rendered, accesskey, binding, converter, id, Basic attributes styleClass lang, rendered, styleClass, value style, title HTML 4.0 charset, coords, dir, hreflang, lang, HTML 4.0 rel, rev, shape, style, tabindex, target, title, type Attributes for h:panelGrid onblur, onchange, onclick, ondblclick, DHTML events onfocus, onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, Attribute Description onmousedown, onmousemove, onmouseout, onmouseover, onmouseup bgcolor Background color for the table border Width of the table’s border Attributes for: cellpadding Padding around table cells h:selectBooleanCheckbox , cellspacing Spacing between table cells h:selectManyCheckbox , h:selectOneRadio , columnClasses Comma-separated list of CSS classes for columns h:selectOneListbox , h:selectManyListbox , columns Number of columns in the table h:selectOneMenu , h:selectManyMenu footerClass CSS class for the table footer frame Specification for sides of the frame surrounding the table that are to be drawn; valid values: none, above, below, hsides, vsides, lhs, rhs, box, border Attribute Description headerClass CSS class for the table header disabledClass CSS class for disabled elements—for h:selectOneRadio and h:selectManyCheckbox rowClasses Comma-separated list of CSS classes for columns only rules Specification for lines drawn between cells; valid values: groups, rows, columns, all enabledClass CSS class for enabled elements—for h:selectOneRadio and h:selectManyCheckbox summary Summary of the table’s purpose and structure used for only non-visual feedback such as speech layout Specification for how elements are laid out: binding, id, rendered, Basic attributes lineDirection (horizontal) or pageDirection styleClass, value (vertical)—for h:selectOneRadio and h:selectManyCheckbox only dir, lang, style, HTML 4.0 title, width binding, converter, id, Basic attributes immediate, styleClass, onclick, ondblclick, DHTML events required, rendered, onkeydown, onkeypress, validator, value, onkeyup, onmousedown, valueChangeListener onmousemove, onmouseout, accesskey, border, dir, HTML 4.0—border is applicable to onmouseover, disabled, lang, readonly, h:selectOneRadio and h:selectManyCheckbox onmouseup style, size, tabindex, only. size is applicable to h:selectOneListbox and title h:selectManyListbox only onblur, onchange, onclick, ondblclick, onfocus, DHTML events Attributes for h:panelGroup onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, onmousedown, Attribute Description onmousemove, onmouseout, binding, id, rendered, Basic attributes onmouseover, onmouseup, styleClass onselect style HTML 4.0 DZone, Inc. | www.dzone.com
    • 7 JavaServer Faces tech facts at your fingertips Attributes for h:dataTable Attributes for h:dataTable , continued Attribute Description Attribute Description bgcolor Background color for the table var The name of the variable created by the data table that represents the current item in the value border Width of the table’s border binding, id, rendered, Basic attributes cellpadding Padding around table cells styleClass, value cellspacing Spacing between table cells dir, lang, style, title, HTML 4.0 columnClasses Comma-separated list of CSS classes for columns width first Index of the first row shown in the table onclick, ondblclick, DHTML events onkeydown, onkeypress, footerClass CSS class for the table footer onkeyup, onmousedown, frame Frame Specification for sides of the frame surrounding the onmousemove, onmouseout, table that are to be drawn; valid values: none, above, below, onmouseover, onmouseup hsides, vsides, lhs, rhs, box, border headerClass CSS class for the table header Attributes for h:column rowClasses Comma-separated list of CSS classes for rows Attribute Description rules Specification for lines drawn between cells; valid values: headerClass (JSF 1.2) CSS class for the column's header groups, rows, columns, all footerClass (JSF 1.2) CSS class for the column's footer summary Summary of the table's purpose and structure used for non- visual feedback such as speech binding, id, rendered Basic attributes AbOUT ThE AUThOR RECOmmENDED bOOK Cay S. Horstmann Core JavaServer Faces Cay S. Horstmann has written many books on C++, Java and object- oriented development, is the series editor for Core Books at Prentice-Hall delves into all facets of and a frequent speaker at computer industry conferences. For four years, JSF development, offering Cay was VP and CTO of an Internet startup that went from 3 people in a systematic best practices for tiny office to a public company. He is now a computer science professor building robust applications at San Jose State University. He was elected Java Champion in 2005. and maximizing developer List of recent books/publications productivity. • Core Java, with Gary Cornell, Sun Microsystems Press 1996 - 2007 (8 editions) • ore JavaServer Faces, with David Geary, Sun Microsystems Press, 2004-2006 (2 editions) C • ig Java, John Wiley & Sons 2001 - 2007 (3 editions) B bUy NOW Blog Web site books.dzone.com/books/jsf http://weblogs.java.net/blog/cayhorstmann http://horstmann.com Want More? Download Now. Subscribe at refcardz.com Upcoming Refcardz: Available: n Core CSS II Published September 2008 Published June 2008 n Ruby n Getting Started with JPA n jQuerySelectors fREE Core CSS I Core CSS III Design Patterns n n n n Struts 2 n SOA Patterns n Flexible Rails: Flex 3 on Rails 2 Published August 2008 n Scalability and High n Very First Steps in Flex Published May 2008 n Agile Methodologies n C# n Windows PowerShell n Groovy Dependency Injection in EJB 3 n Spring Annotations n Core .NET n n PHP Published July 2008 n Core Java n NetBeans IDE 6.1 Java Editor Visit http://refcardz.dzone.com JUnit RSS and Atom for a complete listing of Design Patterns n n GlassFish Application Server available Refcardz. n MySQL n Published June 2008 n Silverlight 2 Seam IntelliJ IDEA n n DZone, Inc. 1251 NW Maynard ISBN-13: 978-1-934238-19-6 Cary, NC 27513 ISBN-10: 1-934238-19-8 50795 888.678.0399 DZone communities deliver over 3.5 million pages per month to 919.678.0300 more than 1.5 million software developers, architects and designers. Refcardz Feedback Welcome DZone offers something for every developer, including news, refcardz@dzone.com $7.95 tutorials, blogs, cheatsheets, feature articles, source code and more. Sponsorship Opportunities 9 781934 238196 “DZone is a developer’s dream,” says PC Magazine. sales@dzone.com Copyright © 2008 DZone, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by means electronic, mechanical, Version 1.0 photocopying, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher. Reference: Core JavaServer Faces, David Geary and Cay S. Horstmann, Sun Microsystems Press, 2004-2006.