JSF Facet Page
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Use this page to configure the JSF facet settings.
Note that you can download the JSF component libraries such as
ICEfaces, OpenFaces, PrimeFaces and RichFaces by "adding" the corresponding facets to a JSF facet.
||Select the required Facelets support option.
This is the project-level setting. The selected option is set for all modules in the current
Auto. Automatic Facelets detection. The XHTML files are treated as Facelets or ordinary XHTML files depending on
whether the module has a JSF facet or not. In the modules that have a JSF facet, all XHTML files are considered Facelets. If a module
does not have a JSF facet, all XHTML files in it are treated as ordinary XHTML files.
Enabled. All XHTML files in the project are treated as Facelets.
Disabled. All XHTML files in the project are considered not to be Facelets and are treated
as ordinary XHTML files.
Last modified: 4 December 2014