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Struts Showcase Application

Posted on 2011-10-31
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Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Hi - I deployed an application to JBoss called struts showcase application and tried to access the JSF pages link - I keep on getting the following error - tried several changes to the configuration file but still get the error - please let me know if anyone knows a way around it.

Cannot find FacesContext
java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext
java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext
File: javax/faces/webapp/UIComponentClassicTagBase.java
Line number: 1,796


javax.faces.FacesException: java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext
Question by:abuyusuf35
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for_yan earned 2000 total points
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looks like this is a known issue - JSF integration in the Struts 2 Showcase application does not work with JBoss
see here:

It works with Tomcat 5 and 6 but not with JBoss


Author Comment

ID: 37093653
I have noticed this - is there any workaround to get it to work on JBoss AS ? I saw a few listed on the web but none of them see to work. Thanks

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