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    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Won't Fix
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      Richfaces needs a Netbeans plugin that makes it possible to use Richfaces components from a Palette in the design view.

      Icefaces provides such a plugin:
      "ICEfaces provides an early access plugin for NetBeans v5.5 with the Visual Web Pack (VWP). The integration provides support for using VWP features such as the visual designer and database binding mechanisms with the ICEfaces Component Suite"

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            Jamon Jamon Portu added a comment -

            Please, implement this feature in foreseeable future; I look forward to this past few months!!

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            Jamon Jamon Portu added a comment - Please, implement this feature in foreseeable future; I look forward to this past few months!!
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            FkJ Felipe Jaekel added a comment -

            A RichFaces plugin for NetBeans would be great, since many developers prefer NetBeans to Eclipse and ICEfaces isn't as good as RichFaces.

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            FkJ Felipe Jaekel added a comment - A RichFaces plugin for NetBeans would be great, since many developers prefer NetBeans to Eclipse and ICEfaces isn't as good as RichFaces.
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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment -

            Look here.....https://nbrichfacessupport.dev.java.net/ and here https://nbrichfacessupport.dev.java.net/tutorials/quick-start/

            Geertjan Wielenga and Wouter van Reeven have started a project to support Richfaces in Netbeans. Last week they released a new version of the Netbeans Richfaces plugin with Richfaces 3.3.0.GA support. Download it and give it a try

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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment - Look here..... https://nbrichfacessupport.dev.java.net/ and here https://nbrichfacessupport.dev.java.net/tutorials/quick-start/ Geertjan Wielenga and Wouter van Reeven have started a project to support Richfaces in Netbeans. Last week they released a new version of the Netbeans Richfaces plugin with Richfaces 3.3.0.GA support. Download it and give it a try
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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment -

            Not needed to be implemented by JBoss since it's already implemented by someone else.

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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment - Not needed to be implemented by JBoss since it's already implemented by someone else.
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            FkJ Felipe Jaekel added a comment -

            Their plugin doesn't support Facelets, it doesn't have visual editing and there's no guarantee they will keep updating it.

            I believe that it would interesting for both JBoss and Sun official support for RichFaces at NetBeans.

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            FkJ Felipe Jaekel added a comment - Their plugin doesn't support Facelets, it doesn't have visual editing and there's no guarantee they will keep updating it. I believe that it would interesting for both JBoss and Sun official support for RichFaces at NetBeans.
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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment -

            You're right about the facelet support!

            But, I'm sure JBoss will not implement a Richfaces plugin for Netbeans since the favourite IDE of choice is JBoss Developer Studio. And Sun has started to bundle Icefaces (instead of Woodstock) as the component of choice in Netbeans, which means they probably won't spend time implementing and maintaining a Richfaces plugin as well.

            I would love JBoss to implement a Richfaces plugin, but I'm pretty sure it will never happen....

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            viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete added a comment - You're right about the facelet support! But, I'm sure JBoss will not implement a Richfaces plugin for Netbeans since the favourite IDE of choice is JBoss Developer Studio. And Sun has started to bundle Icefaces (instead of Woodstock) as the component of choice in Netbeans, which means they probably won't spend time implementing and maintaining a Richfaces plugin as well. I would love JBoss to implement a Richfaces plugin, but I'm pretty sure it will never happen....
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            jsfgeeks jsf geeks added a comment -

            Netbeans is very user friendly than eclipse & other IDE . so it better if netbeans provide visual support for Richfaces. When netbeans provides richfaces plugins for Visual designer support?

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            jsfgeeks jsf geeks added a comment - Netbeans is very user friendly than eclipse & other IDE . so it better if netbeans provide visual support for Richfaces. When netbeans provides richfaces plugins for Visual designer support?
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            nbelaevski Nick Belaevski added a comment -

            jsf geeks,

            Please ask for this information at JBoss Tools forums

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            nbelaevski Nick Belaevski added a comment - jsf geeks, Please ask for this information at JBoss Tools forums

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              • Assignee:
                nbelaevski Nick Belaevski
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                viggo.navarsete Viggo Navarsete
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