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Posted by wpjr2 em maio 17, 2011

JSF 1.2

JSF 1.2 taglib doc:

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JSF 2.0

JSF 2.0 JavaDoc:

JSF 2.0 Taglib doc:

JSF 2.0 Annotation doc:

JSF 2.0 Composite Components:

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JSF 2.0 Ajax e Util Doc:

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Curso PRODEMGE: Slide Ciclo de Vida

Posted by wpjr2 em maio 17, 2011

JSF: Ciclo de Vida

JSF: Ciclo de Vida

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IBM DeveloperWorks: April 22, 2011

Posted by wpjr2 em maio 2, 2011

IBM 22 April 2011 | Volume 12, Issue 16

developerWorks Weekly Edition

Welcome, developers!

IBM i enthusiasts, thanks for your patience — your zone is ready!

If you’re a fan of the IBM i Operating System, you’ve seen it go through a number of changes over the years (it has previously gone by the names OS/400 and i5/OS). And while you may have noticed IBM i resources here on developerWorks, we’ve never had a central repository for all of our IBM i content. Until now. Our new IBM i zone makes it easy to find a wide range of technical resources — articles, forums, downloads, technical updates, and much more — related to this popular OS. Those of you who are already familiar with IBM i know how unique it is, with its high level of integration (that’s what the “i” stands for) and an underlying architecture that provides for simplicity, stability, and security.

If you haven’t discovered this powerful OS, our New to IBM i pageprovides a solid overview while this podcast offers additional background on the new zone. And if you want to stay current on all of our new IBM i content, why not update your profile to include IBM i resources in your newsletter? (This week, the IBM i listings appear below for allsubscribers.)

Our goal is to make sure you never want for IBM i resources. And that isn’t about to change.

Until next week,
John Swanson and the developerWorks editorial team

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Next-generation RPG documentation
This article describes how you can use the RPG language to build a modern interface that addresses the need for community-supplied documentation by combining new browser framework technology (such as ExtJS) and existing back-end server software (such as Apache, RPG, and DB2).
Build browser apps using RPG and ExtJS >

MERGE ahead: Introducing the DB2 for i SQL MERGE statement
DB2 for i 7.1 includes support for the MERGE SQL statement. This article gives an overview of MERGE, and includes examples that show how it can be used to simplify applications.
Simplify your apps >

IBM i Performance Data Investigator
The Performance Data Investigator (PDI) is available with the IBM Systems Director Navigator Web console. Using PDI, you can do analysis of performance data from Collection Services, Job Watcher, Disk Watcher, and Performance Explorer. This article reviews the key features of PDI.
Browser-based viewing of performance data >

PowerHA SystemMirror for i
PowerHA SystemMirror for i is low maintenance, easy to manage, and always ready to switch. Read about how PowerHA SystemMirror has a replication technology to fit every IBM i environment.
See how PowerHA SystemMirror fits IBM i >

How to boost application performance using Solid State Disk devices
This article provides an overview of Solid State Disks (SSDs), and shows how they can be implemented and used effectively on IBM i. It also discusses a simple method for determining and moving potential frequently referenced objects to SSDs to take full advantage at the lowest cost of implementation.
Implement SSDs on IBM i >

Revolutionize your application and product support
The IBM Application Runtime Expert (ARE) is an exciting new product created exclusively for IBM i. ARE has the potential to make you re-think your entire approach to system management, application problem determination, product support, and testing.
Rethink system management >

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