2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 21, 2006 9:48 AM by Breako Beats

    .seam files

    Breako Beats Newbie

      HI,
      When I try to access my application I get the following error message?

      (/myapp/pages/login/login.seam) is not available.

      when I navigate through my exploded directory structure I cannot see it.
      What are these seam files?
      When are they generated?
      Any clues as to why it is not being generated?
      Many thanks
      Jim

        • 1. Re: .seam files
          hdslkf hklsdg Apprentice

          That's just a mapping. Usually you have .xhtml files, but in the web.xml you say that the web server shall simulate another extension.

          In traditional JSF it's often like that:
          Original file: whatever.jsp
          Acessible via: whatever.faces or faces/whatever (those are two often used ways)

          Got the idea? ;)

          • 2. Re: .seam files
            Breako Beats Newbie

             

            "bfo81" wrote:
            That's just a mapping. Usually you have .xhtml files, but in the web.xml you say that the web server shall simulate another extension.

            In traditional JSF it's often like that:
            Original file: whatever.jsp
            Acessible via: whatever.faces or faces/whatever (those are two often used ways)

            Got the idea? ;)


            Thanks. What are these files for? Why are they needed?