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Compiling and Running the Page Navigation Example - Java

This chapter has been leading us gently through the JavaServer Faces technology. More importantly, in it, Budi teaches ushow to write an online survey application to get a feel for how this great technology works. This chapter prepares you for the next chapters by introducing the JSF Application Programming Interface (API) and the Application Configuration file. This excerpt comes from chapter two of JavaServer Faces Programming, by Budi Kurniawan (McGraw-Hill/Osborne, ISBN 0-07-222983-7, 2004).

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Introduction to JavaServer Faces, Part 3
  2. Wrtiting the JSP Files for the Page Navigation Example
  3. Creating the Application Configuration File for the Page Navigation Example
  4. Compiling and Running the Page Navigation Example
  5. Introducing the JSF Application Programming Interface (API)
  6. javax Packages
  7. More javax Packages
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March 22, 2004

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To compile the application, change to the JSFCh02c/WEB-INF/classes directory. If you are using Windows, type the following command:


javac -classpath ../lib/jsf-api.jar;../lib/jsfrijar;../../../../common/lib/servlet-api.jar ch02c/*.java 



Note that you need two library files in the lib directory and the servlet-api.jar file. In Tomcat 5, the servlet-api.jar file can be found in the common/lib directory of Tomcat’s home directory.

If you are using Linux/Unix, replace the semicolons that separate library files with colons:


javac -classpath ../lib/jsf-api.jar:../lib/jsfrijar:../../../../common/lib/servlet-api.jar ch02c/*.java 



To run the application, direct your browser to the following URL:


http://localhost:8080/JSFCh02c/faces/page1.jsp 

JSF survey page
Figure 11 The survey page

You will see something similar to Figure 11.

Type something in both input boxes and click Submit. You will see a result similar to Figure 12 in your browser.

If you click the Go Back button in the second page (page2.jsp), you will go back to the first page. 

JSF response
Figure 12 The response page

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