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JavaServer Faces
By Hans Bergsten
Publisher: O'Reilly
Pub Date: April 2004
ISBN: 0-596-00539-3
Pages: 606
Slots: 1.0   

      In This Book
      About the Examples
      Conventions Used in This Book
      How to Contact Us
      Chapter 1.  Introducing JavaServer Faces
      Section 1.1.  What Is JavaServer Faces?
      Section 1.2.  How Does JSF Compare to Traditional Technologies?
      Section 1.3.  Where Does JSF Fit in the Big Picture?
      Section 1.4.  What You Need to Get Started
      Chapter 2.  JSF Development Process Overview
      Section 2.1.  Developing an Application with a JSF-Based User Interface
      Section 2.2.  Developing the Application Backend
      Section 2.3.  Developing Components and Integration Code
      Section 2.4.  Developing the User Interface Pages
      Chapter 3.  Setting Up the JSF Environment
      Section 3.1.  Installing the Java Software Development Kit
      Section 3.2.  Installing the Tomcat Server
      Section 3.3.  Testing Tomcat
      Section 3.4.  Installing the Book Examples
      Section 3.5.  Example Web Application Overview
      Chapter 4.  Servlet and JavaServer Pages Basics
      Section 4.1.  HTTP
      Section 4.2.  Web Application Deployment and Runtime Environment
      Section 4.3.  Servlets, Filters, and Listeners
      Section 4.4.  JavaServer Pages
      Section 4.5.  Accessing Application Data
      Chapter 5.  Developing the Business Logic and Setting Up Authentication
      Section 5.1.  Sample Application Overview
      Section 5.2.  Implementing the Business Logic Classes
      Section 5.3.  Authentication and Authorization
      Chapter 6.  Creating and Rendering Components
      Section 6.1.  The Basics
      Section 6.2.  Binding Components to Model Properties
      Section 6.3.  Conditionally Render Components
      Chapter 7.  Validating Input
      Section 7.1.  Dealing with Syntax Errors in User Input
      Section 7.2.  Using the Standard Validators
      Section 7.3.  Defining Custom Error Messages
      Section 7.4.  Using a Custom Validator
      Section 7.5.  Other Ways to Validate Input
      Chapter 8.  Handling Events
      Section 8.1.  Understanding the JSF Event Model
      Section 8.2.  Handling Application Backend Events
      Section 8.3.  Handling User Interface Events
      Chapter 9.  Controlling Navigation
      Section 9.1.  Moving Between JSF Views
      Section 9.2.  Returning a Non-JSF View Response
      Section 9.3.  Returning a JSF View Response to a Non-JSF Request
      Chapter 10.  Working with Tabular Data
      Section 10.1.  Displaying a Read-Only Table
      Section 10.2.  Processing Row-Specific Events
      Section 10.3.  Dealing with Large Tables
      Section 10.4.  Editing Tabular Data
      Chapter 11.  Internationalization
      Section 11.1.  Localizing Application Output
      Section 11.2.  Handling Localized Application Input
      Section 11.3.  Dealing with Non-Western Languages
      Chapter 12.  Odds and Ends
      Section 12.1.  Building a View from Many JSP Files
      Section 12.2.  Combining JSF Views with Other Content
      Section 12.3.  Dealing with Struts Applications and JSF
      Section 12.4.  Programmatically Modifying Components
      Section 12.5.  Using a PhaseListener
      Section 12.6.  Debugging and Error Handling Ideas
      Chapter 13.  Developing Custom Renderers and Other Pluggable Classes
      Section 13.1.  Developing Custom Renderers
      Section 13.2.  Using Other Custom Classes
      Section 13.3.  Packaging Custom Classes
      Chapter 14.  Developing Custom Components
      Section 14.1.  Extending an Existing Component
      Section 14.2.  Developing a New Component from Scratch
      Chapter 15.  Developing a Custom Presentation Layer
      Section 15.1.  The ViewHandler Class
      Section 15.2.  Using Java Classes as Views
      Section 15.3.  Using Pure HTML Templates with XML View Definition Files
      Appendix A.  Standard JSF Tag Libraries
      Section A.1.  JSF Tag Libraries URIs and Default Prefixes
      Section A.2.  HTML Tag Library Actions
      Section A.3.  Core Library Actions
      Appendix B.  JSF Expression Language Reference
      Section B.1.  Syntax
      Section B.2.  Variables
      Section B.3.  Data Types
      Section B.4.  Expressions and Operators
      Appendix C.  Standard JSF Components and Render Kits
      Section C.1.  Component Class Categories
      Section C.2.  Render-Independent Components
      Section C.3.  HTML Render Kit Classes
      Section C.4.  HTML-Specific Component Classes
      Section C.5.  Request Processing Lifecycle
      Appendix D.  Infrastructure API Reference
      Section D.1.  Package javax.faces
      Section D.2.  Package javax.faces.application
      Section D.3.  Package javax.faces.context
      Section D.4.  Package javax.faces.convert
      Section D.5.  Package javax.faces.el
      Section D.6.  Package javax.faces.event
      Section D.7.  Package javax.faces.lifecycle
      Section D.8.  Package javax.faces.render
      Section D.9.  Package javax.faces.validator
      Section D.10.  Package javax.faces.webapp
      Section D.11.  Identifiers for Standard JSF Messages
      Appendix E.  JSF Configuration File Reference
      <description>, <display-name>, and <icon>
      Appendix F.  Web Application Structure and Deployment Descriptor Reference
      Section F.1.  Web Application File Structure
      Section F.2.  Web Application Deployment Descriptor
      Section F.3.  Creating a WAR File
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