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Thread: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

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    Default How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    Hi everybody,

    I'm a newbie with eclipse.
    When I download eclipse with Web Tools Platform (WTP) version, I try to create simple dynamic web site consist of some jsp pages, servlet and I saw it ran normally.
    But I met a simple problem when I tried to add JSF library. I trying to search in internet, it get me a lot of times but I haven't got any result.

    When I search in the internet, people said that: Open Eclipse and Select Windows->Preferences->Web and XML->->JavaServer Faces Tools->Libraries to add new library
    as follow image:





    But when open my eclipse and select Windows -> Preferences Open Web -> JavaServer Faces Tools
    I only saw a window:





    As above image, I didn't see that library item to add JSF library, and I don't know where to add two file jsf-api.jar, jsf-impl.jar

    I'll very happy when see any reply from you.

    Thanks for your attention,
    Tien


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    Default Re: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    Hi guys,

    I'm very glad to announce to you that I added already JSF libraries to the eclipse.
    Any way, thanks for your attention,
    Tien

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    Default Re: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    I take it you are using Eclipse Galileo 3.5?

    How was it different adding these to 3.5 from the 3.4 version, could you tell us how you did it in case anyone else might stumble upon this after the same answer?

    Cheers!

    // Json

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    Default Re: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    Hi Json,

    I added JSF libraries by select Windows->Preferences-> Jave -> Build Path -> User Libraries as follow image:




    In this window, I selected new button to create a pack and select Add Jars.. to add some jar libraries files to this pack.

    Hope I have useful information for someone.
    Have a nice day,
    Tien

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    Default Re: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    Hello Tien,

    I have come across the same problem and i am unable to find the jar files containing the libraries for jsf. Pls suggest the links to download the same.

    Thanks

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    Default Re: How to add JSF libraries to eclipse?

    Quote Originally Posted by MahaLakshmi View Post
    Hello Tien,

    I have come across the same problem and i am unable to find the jar files containing the libraries for jsf. Pls suggest the links to download the same.

    Thanks
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