2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 7, 2007 3:57 PM by Niels Hoogeveen

    JBoss-4.2.0-CR1 and Seam 1.2

    Niels Hoogeveen Newbie

      Installed Jboss-4.2.0-CR1 just today. Made the changes in my web.xml to use RI instead of MyFace, then deployed my seam app, but ran into a few library problems.

      JBoss-4.0.5-GA has jboss-tomcat55.sar which includes:
      commons-beanutil.jar
      commons-codec.jar
      commons-collections.jar
      commons-digester-1.6.jar
      commons-lang-2.1.jar

      While JBoss-4.2.0-CR1 has jboss-web.deployer which does not have any of these libraries included.

      Now the question:
      Is it better to include the above jars in my application or is good practice to add the jars to the jboss-web.deployer jsf-lib directory? I did the latter and my app runs fine, but I'd like to be sure which is the proper procedure.

        • 1. Re: JBoss-4.2.0-CR1 and Seam 1.2
          Tony Herstell Master

          Can this (answer) go into the doco (setup) or the wiki...

          "NielsH" wrote:
          Installed Jboss-4.2.0-CR1 just today. Made the changes in my web.xml to use RI instead of MyFace, then deployed my seam app, but ran into a few library problems.

          JBoss-4.0.5-GA has jboss-tomcat55.sar which includes:
          commons-beanutil.jar
          commons-codec.jar
          commons-collections.jar
          commons-digester-1.6.jar
          commons-lang-2.1.jar

          While JBoss-4.2.0-CR1 has jboss-web.deployer which does not have any of these libraries included.

          Now the question:
          Is it better to include the above jars in my application or is good practice to add the jars to the jboss-web.deployer jsf-lib directory? I did the latter and my app runs fine, but I'd like to be sure which is the proper procedure.


          • 2. Re: JBoss-4.2.0-CR1 and Seam 1.2
            Niels Hoogeveen Newbie

            Then should added having to copy el.jar and el-ri.jar to the jsf-lib directory as well, as was described in running seam with JSF 1.2.