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Design a JavaServer Faces UI using standard and IBM-extended JSF tags: Data display, in-place editing, and deletion in a single page

Publication Type  Journal Article
Year of Publication  2006
Authors  Patt-Corner, Robert
Journal Title  The Sphere Journal
Volume  2
Issue  3
Journal Date  07/2006
Publisher  Wellesley Information Services
Key Words  JSF;WebSphere;JEE;J2EE

Exploit the JavaServer Faces (JSF) specification to build device-independent applications with rich-client interfaces, wellseparated design and coding concerns, and strong code maintainability. This article walks you through the implementation of a JSF front-end application using the IBM Rational Application Developer tooling. Learn techniques to construct a basic JSF Web page and then enhance it with IBM-specific JSF implementation features for in-place editing and deletion. Plus, see how all of the key components fit together in a scalable framework that can serve as the foundation for very large, enterprise-scale applications. The source code and sample database for the application are available for download from The Sphere Web site.

URL  http://www.spherejournal.com/archive//Volume_02_(2006)/Issue_03_(July_and_August)/v2i3a2.cfm?session=