Lew <>
Mon, 10 Sep 2007 08:54:56 -0400
Roedy Green wrote:

On Mon, 10 Sep 2007 03:25:40 GMT, "timothy ma and constance lee"
<> wrote, quoted or indirectly quoted someone who said

Anyone is familar JSF? Is it possible to create a tag similar to Label but i
may put a class inside so as to display any style as i like?

JSF did not seem to catch on. I rarely see any mention of it. It has
quite a bit more overhead that other approaches.

It's getting a little traction.

The overhead is not so large after the learning curve, either. Yes, the
learning curve is a bit much, but the overhead is no worse than other
frameworks (e.g., Struts).

OTOH, simple uses of JSF (no more complicated than most Struts apps) are
relatively easy to learn to do and to implement.

The OP need not create a tag, as h:outputLabel is already in JSF. I suggest
reading the JEE tutorial from which has several chapters on JSF.
  This tag is one of the first mentioned.



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