1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 11, 2012 10:22 PM by Jason Porter

    Seam Catch: Non-existing JSF tag and exceptions in log

    Lukas Camra Newbie


      In recent days I'm facing a problem when JSF doesn't log any exceptions when there is some error on JSF page. For example, if I put to the page non-existing tag (such as a4j:form), JSF doesn't render anything and no exception is shown in log.

      On the other hand, if the JSF page is not well-formed (that is, some tag is not closed for example), appropriate message will show up in the log. All other exceptions (in backend) are logged correctly.

      As I'm migrating views from Seam 2/JSF 1.2, it happens to me very often that there is some tag that doesn't exist anymore, but it's very hard to find it, as the log doesn't say anything.

      I'm using Seam 3.1.0.CR1, JBoss 7.0.2.Final, Richfaces 4.1.Final. Is it possible that this behavior is caused by https://issues.jboss.org/browse/SOLDER-315. ?

      Thanks, Lukas