it helps some times When I write tag in my JSP, I get the following exception message: , There are two flaws in your code:
Exporting JSF project as WAR file ends up in RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext
By : Isocrates De la Cruz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue I checked again, when I import it again and run the url pattern is missing /faces/ . when i append it manually it is coming fine. is there any way in which the url pattern will come same in the imported file also?
Hope this helps I don't know how to continue, but I always get the "java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext" for my new JSF 1.2 web application. I'm sure it's just some configuration I can't find. , java.lang.RuntimeException: Cannot find FacesContext
will be helpful for those in need The thing is if I remove everything that is in the index.jsp file between , including these tags, I am able to see the page. Otherwise I get the same error. One of the solutions was to use this url: localhost:8080/GeneratingEmployeeReport/faces/index.jsp I am not able to run the page directly. I am not sure why? I wish there is other solution
it helps some times The FacesContext is created by the FacesServlet. This exception means that the FacesServlet hasn't done its job. You have configured the FacesServlet to listen on URLs matching pattern *.faces. Thus you need to ensure that the request URL (the one which appears in browser address bar) matches this URL so that it get invoked. In other words, you need to open the page by