How I managed to deploy a JSF/Seam portlet to JBoss after all

Deploying a custom JSF/Seam portlet to JBoss Portal Server isn’t as easy as you’d expect, either manually or using Eclipse with JBoss Tools. I’ll share with you what I learned about this. Introduction See the previous Seam Tutorial 1.1 and 1.2 to learn what SW versions I use, how to configure a server in EclipseContinue reading “How I managed to deploy a JSF/Seam portlet to JBoss after all”

Developing portlets for Liferay in Eclipse

In this blog I’d like to tell you how to use Eclipse with Liferay to develop portlets with the ability to change a class or a JSP in Eclipse and have that immediatelly reflected on the server (hot deployment). Environment Liferay Portal 5.2.2 running on Tomcat 5.5.27. Eclipse IDE for Java EE Developers, version GanymedeContinue reading “Developing portlets for Liferay in Eclipse”

Seam Tutorial 1.2: RichFaces and paged table (datascroller)

In this two-part tutorial you will learn how to get started with the development of Seam applications with RichFaces using Eclipse with JBoss Tools. In the 1st part we’ve set up our environment, created, and run an empty shell Seam application. In this 2nd part we will create a simple web page with a tableContinue reading “Seam Tutorial 1.2: RichFaces and paged table (datascroller)”

Seam Tutorial 1.1: RichFaces and paged table (datascroller)

In this two-part tutorial you will learn how to get started with the development of Seam applications with RichFaces using Eclipse with JBoss Tools. In the 2nd part we will create a simple page with a table presenting data on multiple pages using Ajax and its model stored as a POJO Component in the SeamContinue reading “Seam Tutorial 1.1: RichFaces and paged table (datascroller)”