Message was edited by: Ilya Sorokoumov
yup.. we're aware of that and working on the problematic components.
Thanks for the quick answer! I'm just wondering which release is going to contain fixes. It could help a lot. What's about M5? Can I expect fixes there?
I download the latest build of RF 4.0 M5 and looked at taglib files. It looks like all the attributes are there and I guess that now It's gonna work with NetBeans nicely. Thank you very much. I'm gonna wait for M5 release and start my experiments with it again.
It seem that I hurried a little. a4j:ajax tag already has got all needed attributes in taglib file, but rich:dataTable has not. So I will wait for updates and see what will heppen.
I tried NetBeans 7.0 Beta because they announced "Support for JSF component libraries, including bundled PrimeFaces library" but it didn't help me. IDE still does not work with RF 4.0 tags properly.
Ilya, It's not a problem of NetBeans, just there are still problematic components geenrated to RichFaces taglib.xml files. Facelets didn't care and the components will works properly but IDE will not found some attributes because of that.
Thank you Ilya. I understand that the problem is in taglib files. I just thought that NetBeans developers had found some workaround. But they hadn't.
It looks like "NetBeans 7.0 Beta" has a couple of bugs with facelets pages. So I don't recommend anyone (who works with facelets) to use them until these bugs are fixed. I'm trying to use them but my xhtml pages really have more red color than other colors together. =)
Could anyone tell me which IDE supports JSF 2.0 + RF 4.0 better than NetBeans? Which IDE are you using?
(I'm also using Eclipse in my JSF 1.2 projects but it works with xhml fine only with Jboss Tools plugin. But JT are not done yet for Eclipse 3.6 + jsf 2.0)
Thanks for the reply. I'll try eclipse 3.6.0 with JBoss Tools. The only problem with Jboss Tools and the other eclipse plugins is what they use too much memory and some times show unpredictable error messages.
I am also using RF 4.0.0 M5 - trying it in NetBeans 6.9.1, and seeing the same issues as the OP encountered. Been very happily using RF 3x in NetBeans for some time. Want to move to RF 4.0, but need to stay with NB for now.
Looking forward to a resolution very much, for all us NB users out there.
RF team - keep up the fantastic work! Thanks.
JBoss tools, and NetBeans will be part of the focus for CR2. We would like to see both working as well as possible!
I've been taking a look at RF4, now that the first official release is out. It's working very nicely in NetBeans. Also, combining the new /improved/refined features in RF4 with the advantages of JSF2 (vs. 1.2), I'm finding I can remove fairly large chunks of code from my existing app (mainly around RESTful page handling). Let's face it - the fewer lines of code I write, the better for everyone.
Congratuations to the RF team for this major milestone and thank you for all the improvements in the product.