Package javax.faces.application

APIs that are used to link an application's business logic objects to JavaServer Faces, as well as convenient pluggable mechanisms to manage the execution of an application that is based on JavaServer Faces.

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Class Summary
Application Application represents a per-web-application singleton object where applications based on JavaServer Faces (or implementations wishing to provide extended functionality) can register application-wide singletons that provide functionality required by JavaServer Faces.
ApplicationFactory ApplicationFactory is a factory object that creates (if needed) and returns Application instances.
FacesMessage FacesMessage represents a single validation (or other) message, which is typically associated with a particular component in the view.
FacesMessage.Severity Class used to represent message severity levels in a typesafe enumeration.
NavigationHandler A NavigationHandler is passed the outcome string returned by an application action invoked for this application, and will use this (along with related state information) to choose the view to be displayed next.
StateManager StateManager directs the process of saving and restoring the view between requests.
StateManagerWrapper Provides a simple implementation of StateManager that can be subclassed by developers wishing to provide specialized behavior to an existing StateManager instance.
ViewHandler ViewHandler is the pluggablity mechanism for allowing implementations of or applications using the JavaServer Faces specification to provide their own handling of the activities in the Render Response and Restore View phases of the request processing lifecycle.
ViewHandlerWrapper Provides a simple implementation of ViewHandler that can be subclassed by developers wishing to provide specialized behavior to an existing ViewHandler instance.
 

Exception Summary
ViewExpiredException Implementations must throw this FacesException when attempting to restore the view StateManager.restoreView(javax.faces.context.FacesContext, String, String) results in failure on postback.
 

Package javax.faces.application Description

APIs that are used to link an application's business logic objects to JavaServer Faces, as well as convenient pluggable mechanisms to manage the execution of an application that is based on JavaServer Faces. The main class in this package is Application.



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