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both RichFaces and PrimeFaces use jQuery so it's probably loaded twice on your page. One of these should be loaded in no-conflict mode (see http://api.jquery.com/jQuery.noConflict/).
As far as I know, PrimeFaces 2.2.x uses jQuery in no conflict mode so it should not cause problems. Which version of RichFaces and PrimeFaces do you use?
You are right... in the HTML generated I can see 2 jqueries...
I'm using RichFaces 4.0.0.Final and Primefaces 3.0.M1
Is there any way to get rid of one of those ?
thanks for that. That fixed the JS conflicts