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luni, 9 martie 2015

[OmniFaces utilities (2.0)] Check whether we're in development stage

[OmniFaces utilities] The isDevelopment() method returns whether we're in development stage. This will be the case when the javax.faces.PROJECT_STAGE context parameter in web.xml is set to Development.


import org.omnifaces.util.Faces;
boolean isdev = Faces.isDevelopment();


import static org.omnifaces.util.Faces.isDevelopment;
boolean isdev = isDevelopment();

Note The project stage affects how JSF works. Basically, the development stage provide verbose error/info/warning messages, including in the client-side JavaScript, while production stage suppress several errors/info/warning messages and provide a slightly better performance. Most probably, you will set the project stage in web.xml via javax.faces.PROJECT_STAGE context parameter (OmniFaces test the value of this context parameter):



Beside Development and Production, the project stage can be undergoing unit testing stage (UnitTest) and system testing stage (SystemTest).

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