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How do I run the JSF examples with JBoss?

While JBoss uses Tomcat as its web container internally, installation of a web application and configuring simple authentication differ from how it’s done for a stand-alone Tomcat (which is what the book describes). In addition, JBoss bundles the MyFaces JSF implementation libraries, casuing a conflict with the JSF RI libraries included with the book example application. So, how do I resolve these differences so I can run the JSF book examples with JBoss.
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Pete Bennett at JBoss/Red Hat has been kind enough to provide an answer to this question, available here:
http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=OReillyJSFExamplesInJBoss

Customizing JSF messages

An article I wrote for Oracle’s Technology Network is now available online. The article provides some general advice on web application interface development and describes how you can use generic attributes and a PhaseListener to customize the standard JSF error messages in a very flexible way.