java.lang.IllegalStateException: No Factories configured for this Application. This happens if the faces-initialization does not work at all - make sure that you properly include all configuration settings necessary for a basic faces application and that all the necessary libs are included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that you use some special web-containers which do not support registering context-listeners via TLD files and a context listener is not setup in your web.xml. A typical config looks like this; <listener> <listener-class>org.apache.myfaces.webapp.StartupServletContextListener</listener-class> </listener>

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via myfaces-users by Gerald Müllan, 1 year ago
are > >> included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact > >> that you use some special web-containers which do not
via myfaces-users by Ognjen Blagojevic, 1 year ago
are >> included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact >> that you use some special web-containers which do not support
via Apache's JIRA Issue Tracker by mansour, 1 year ago
included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that you use some special web-containers which do not support registering
via apache.org by Unknown author, 2 years ago
included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that you use some special web-containers which do not support registering
via nabble.com by Unknown author, 1 year ago
libs are included. Also > check the logging output of your web application and your container for any > exceptions! > If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that > you use some special web-containers which do not support
via Apache's JIRA Issue Tracker by mansour, 1 year ago
included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that you use some special web-containers which do not support registering
java.lang.IllegalStateException: No Factories configured for this Application. This happens if the faces-initialization does not work at all - make sure that you properly include all configuration settings necessary for a basic faces application and that all the necessary libs are included. Also check the logging output of your web application and your container for any exceptions! If you did that and find nothing, the mistake might be due to the fact that you use some special web-containers which do not support registering context-listeners via TLD files and a context listener is not setup in your web.xml. A typical config looks like this; <listener> <listener-class>org.apache.myfaces.webapp.StartupServletContextListener</listener-class> </listener>
at javax.faces.FactoryFinder.getFactory(FactoryFinder.java:196)

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