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JavaServer Faces by Hans Bergsten

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Identifiers for Standard JSF Messages

Most of the JSF default classes can be replaced with customized versions by declarations of implementation classes for with the identifier for the default implementation it replaces. This previous sections include all standard class identifiers for the standard validators and converters, and Appendix C includes identifiers for the standard components and renderers.

In addition to replacing default classes with custom classes, the text for all JSF messages can also be replaced by creating resource bundles containing the custom text for the standard message keys, see Chapter 7 for examples. This section contains subsections for all standard message keys along with the text (including message parameters, replaced by property values when the message is created) used by the JSF reference implementation.

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