I'm not sure where you are at based on version levels, but there could be
a potential compatibility issue with RichFaces and JSP since JSP has been
deprecated as the view technology for JSF 2.0+ and replaced by Facelets.
Newer versions of RichFaces may be designed to work with the latter. Just
thought I'd throw that out there...


date: Tue, 13 Mar 2012 12:41:31 -0500
from: "Hockchai Lim" <lim.hock-chai@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WEB400] richfaces3.1.6GA causes duplicate ID error on
MyFaces1.1.9 and Tomahawk1.1.11

Well, yes, sort of.

In the jsp, I've a hidden field that looks like this => <t:inputHidden
forceId="true" id="leaderPA"
and a hidden field in a datatable that looks like this: <t:inputHidden
forceId="true" id="leaderPA"
The id name is the same for these two hidden fields. But, since the
one is in a datatable, tomahwak will auto append a sequential # after the
name of leaderPA, which makes them unique (No duplicate that is).

This jsp is an existing jsp and is running fine in production. But if I
richfaces jars in the lib folder and add richfaces filter setup in
it error out with duplicate ID. I'm thinking, the problem might be
richfaces filter does not understand how tomahawk datatable forceID
attribute work.

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