Regards, Hari Bauke Scholtz Ranch Hand Posts: 2458 posted 8 years ago Have you followed the answer of Bassam Al-Sarori? Hope this helps, - Ian Trimble (WTP JSF Tools Project) Report message to a moderator Re: JSP with jsf standard 2.0 components error [message #208472 is a reply By default, JSF will assume that the actual resource is as requested, but with the extension changed to "*.jsp". If you want to use your own JSF libs instead of using those in JBoss, insert this in your web.xml
IMO, frustration is having to reinvent the wheel over and over again, instead of focusing on business code. –RinaldoPJr May 3 '13 at 13:46 add a comment| Your Answer draft always been a .NET guy. What is going wrong? posted 5 years ago I faced a problem which says that "Runtime exception - cannot find Faces Context" I solved the problem . http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16354200/java-lang-runtimeexception-cannot-find-facescontext
Thanks for helping. Hari Dhanakoti Ranch Hand Posts: 74 posted 8 years ago Hi, I altered the code as said above but the exception has changed now as such... Is Area of a circle always irrational How to clear all output cells and run all input cells USA 2016 election demographic data My cat sat on my laptop, now the Javax Servlet Jsp Jstl Core Config Then i renamed prueba1.faces back to prueba1.jsp (originally a jsp file). ¿Can i just rename a .jsp page to .faces extension to get the faces environment initialized?
The FacesServlet is the one responsible for creating the faces context. Javax.servlet.jsp.jspexception Cannot Find Facescontext when i provide the url http://localhost:8080/HelloJSF/index.jsf or http://localhost:8080/HelloJSF/faces/index.jsp manualy in the browser, page is rendered. Report message to a moderator Re: JSP with jsf standard 2.0 components error [message #208362 is a reply to message #208338] Fri, 08 February 2008 21:56 Ian TrimbleMessages: 137Registered: this website However, most of the time they give you a way to do things "manually".
There are two possible solutions for this: Make sure you're accesing your pages like this http://your.domain.com/YourProject/jsf/anyPAge.jsp Try changing the configuration in your web.xml to something like
Look into links for details. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext (JSF 1.2 + Primefaces + Tomcat 6) [duplicate] up vote 3 down vote favorite This question already has Java.lang.runtimeexception: Cannot Find Facescontext Adf Bassam Al-Sarori Greenhorn Posts: 10 posted 8 years ago And also remove the jsf-api and jsf-impl from the lib folder of your application because JBoss already contains JSF libs. Facescontext Cannot Be Resolved Browse other questions tagged jsp jsf tomcat runtimeexception facescontext or ask your own question.
exception org.apache.jasper.JasperException: An exception occurred processing JSP page /home/yourSessionIsTimedOut.jsp at line 12 9: 10:11: 12: