Have you write the </f:view> to close the tag?
I don't have the answer you have but rather a question. I wonder what platform, tool do you use for the JSF development. I am using the bundle eclipse+lomboz plugin from lomboz's website. I am able to create EJB but I cannot create a simply dynamic web project with JSP/JSF page. Exceptions happen and stack over flow when I opened the JSP/JSF page I created. So I am really appreciated if you could tell me if what development platform you are using.
Thank you very much.
Yes I did close the tag...
I recieved the files from the Sun web site....I was told that you need the following JARs in the /lib directory of your project:
commons-beanutils.jar, commons-collections.jar, commons-digester.jar, commons-logging.jar, jsf-api.jar jsf-impl.jar, jstl.jar and standard.jar
I still can get any JSF to work....:(
JBoss is using MyFaces. If you downloaded a JSF app from Sun then it is probably configured to use the Sun JSF implementation. I suspect you will need to change your web.xml to use the proper ServletContextListener.
Also, you don't need all those jars you mentioned in your web app because they already ship with JBoss. See http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=JBossWithIntegratedMyFaces