Plain JSF/RichFaces project on JBoss AS

A reader asked me to provide plain JSF and RichFaces template to run on JBoss AS. As JBoss AS already comes with JSF libraries, just delete the two JSF Jars (jsf-api.jar, jsf-impl.jar) and you will be ready to go. Or, follow the steps below to download and import the project. Again, this is just plain JSF/RichFaces project, no Seam, Hibernate, JPA. It’s a good starting point if you want to try RichFaces.

How to import
I tested this on Eclipse 3.5 with JBoss Tools. I will assume that you already have JBoss AS registered in Eclipse.

  1. Download the the template file
  2. In Eclipse, select File/Import
  3. Select General/Existing Project into Workspace, click Next
  4. Check ‘Select archive file:’ option
  5. Click Browser… and point to the downloaded file
  6. Click Finish
  7. Deploy the project to JBoss AS.
  8. Run the application, you should see “Hello, looks like it’s working” message (image below).

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