Re: help a returning newbie out?

=?ISO-8859-1?Q?Arne_Vajh=F8j?= <>
Fri, 14 Sep 2012 20:28:32 -0400
On 9/14/2012 10:17 AM, ClintJCL wrote:

I did 6 mos of professional java.. in 1998. Now I just came back to
it last week. Talk about a system shock. I have a little bit of time
to ramp up before I am guided by a co-worker; until then it is mostly
self-help. And of course I'm having all kinds of problems.

What is the best route for me to learn how to use MyFaces and
RichFaces, which is where my focus is going to be?

 > This environment, being orders of magnitude more complex than what I
 > usually work on, is a bit intimidating. Even the tutorials rarely
 > function as they claim to.

Going from 1998 (applet or desktop app using AWT, maybe web app with
servlets) to 2012 web app with JSF is a huge jump.

I will recommend taking it in multiple steps.

1) general Java from 1.0/1.1 to 1.6/1.7
2) servlets
3) JSP
4) taglibs
5) JSTL amd EL
6) standard JSF
7) extra JSF components in RichFaces

I've been using this tutorial on vogella:

 But as soon as I got to step 5.8 - actually running it - it threw a
bunch of errors.

'de.vogella.jsf.starter.validator.LoginValidator' validator id is is
not registered. LoginView.jsp /de.vogella.jsf.starter/WebContent line
19 JSF Problem

Resource bundle de.vogella.jsf.starter.messages cannot be found on
classpath LoginView.jsp /de.vogella.jsf.starter/WebContent line 13
JSF Problem

cvc-complex-type.2.4.a: Invalid content was found starting with
element 'validator-class'. One of
"":validator-id}' is expected.
faces-config.xml /de.vogella.jsf.starter/WebContent/WEB-INF line 36
XML Problem

Resource bundle de.vogella.jsf.starter.messages cannot be found on
classpath Trainer.jsp /de.vogella.jsf.starter/WebContent line 13 JSF

...... Of course, according to the tutorial, this should work.

Something must be missing.

But difficult to say what based on the above.


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