Quick start with Fiji – RichFaces project for Flex template

I created a Fiji template project which you import into Eclipse, deploy and run. The applications demonstrates a number of Fiji charts and as well fiji:swf component which lets you import any Flash component into your JSF page.

What you need to do:
1. Download Fiji template.
2. In Eclipse, select File/Import/General/Existing Project Into Workspace
3. Click Next
4. Check Select archive file radio button and browse to the downloaded file.
5. Download Fiji from http://www.exadel.com/web/portal/download/fiji and add fiji-api-1.x.x..jar and fiji-ui-1.x.x to WEB-INF/lib directory in the template.
6. One last step is to deploy, I’m sure you know how to do it

A few notes:
– I’m using RichFaces 3.3.1 RC1, you can download a newer version if available.
– I tested the application with Tomcat 6


  1. alejo.net says:

    Hi max, where is the link ?

  2. Yan says:

    Is there a maven repository where I could find all dependencies that are in your template file ? (I do not find flamingo-service-jsf anywhere)

  3. max says:

    @Yan: no, there is no maven repository for Fiji right now. But, the template should have everything you need to use Fiji components. Are you using the template?

  4. Yan says:

    Yes, I am using the template. It works fine on tomcat as you said but not on JBoss (and I was using JBoss 6M5…).
    I wanted to mavenize your template. But I have noticed that there is already an example of a maven project in the fiji release. Sorry for my comment.

  5. max says:

    @Yan: one more thing. JBoss 6 comes with JSF 2, the Fiji version you use only works with JSF 1.2.

  6. Yan says:

    Ok thank you.

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