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sâmbătă, 26 septembrie 2015

[OmniFaces utilities (2.2)] Check if RichFaces 4.x is installed

[OmniFaces utilities] The isRichFacesInstalled() method returns true if RichFaces 4.x is installed. That is, when the RichFaces 4.0-4.3 specific ExtendedPartialViewContextImpl, or RichFaces 4.5+ specific ExtendedPartialViewContext is present in the runtime classpath. As this is usually auto-registered, we may safely assume that RichFaces 4.x is installed.

Note RichFaces 4.4 doesn't exist.


So, in order to find out if RichFaces 4.x is installed or not, just invoke Hacks#isRichFacesInstalled() method:

import org.omnifaces.util.Hacks;
// e.g. false, if RichFaces 4.x is not installed
boolean isRichFacesAvailable = Hacks.isRichFacesInstalled();
          // looks like RichFaces 4.x is installed
      } else {
          // looks like RichFaces 4.x is not installed

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