Same case with me........this forum is DUMB........JBOSS doen't have proper supprot for developers,iam thinking of shifting my development with sun blue prints
nocture, try to read http://www.jboss.org/file-access/default/members/jbossrichfaces/freezone/docs/devguide/en/html/SettingsForDifferentEnvironments.html#Oracle AS/OC4J first.
majiedahamed, did you ever try to use some our resources to get info? Screaming at forums not better way to get knowledge.
ilya_shaikovsky, thanks for your reply.
I 've already read the documentation you suggest.
As i figured out, except from preventing application's class loader from importing the Oracle XML parser, you have to create a shared library (i.e. xerces ) that includes the xercesImpl.jar and xml-apis.jar in your Oracle Application Server OC4J instance.
After creating the new shared library, you have to add the following lines to your application's orion-application.xml
The RichFaces styles are now being rendered.
The oc4j Classloader seems to take this xerces parser over the default parser that comes with it.
More info about how to import a shared library in OAS 10.1.3 :
Unfortunately this workaround worked only in Oracle Application Server 10.1.3. I haven't managed to make it work in JDeveloper's 10.1.3.3 Embedded OC4J.