OH man, I can't believe that.
Norton Antivirus 2004 was the reason. Auto-protection has to be disabled, otherwise JBoss won't work probably. Hmmmmmm
What did you do to get JSF to work on JBoss?
I am using JSF 1.0 (Beta) and I cannot get it to work either using the JSP 2.0 or the JSP 1.2 specifications. I have tried JB 3..2.2 RC1 - 4, JB 3.2.3 rc1 and 3.2.3 but none seem to work. Another thread mentioned using the Tomcat 5 from the examples dir but it is a little unclear for those of us not really familiar with JB internals; can you simply drag and drop the examples/Tomcat5 sar into the deploy dir and remove the jetty sar and expect it to work???
Any enlightenment is appreciated.
JSF 1.0beta works with JBoss-3.2.3, with Jetty-4.2 or Tomcat-4.1
You just have to replace the jstl.jar and standard.jar by those of JSTL-1.0 from jakarta, and add this to your web.xml :
<listener> <listener-class>com.sun.faces.config.ConfigListener</listener-class> </listener>
If you have already done that, what error do you get ?