We should probably add a description with less buzz words to describe
JavaServer Faces for our MyFaces release announcements. Anyone want
to step forward and propose something?
On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 5:40 PM, Leonardo Uribe <lu4...@apache.org> wrote:
> The Apache MyFaces team is pleased to announce the release of MyFaces Core
> MyFaces Core is a JavaServer(tm) Faces 2.2 implementation as specified by
> The artifacts passed the TCK test of Feb 2013 (jsftck-2.2_26-Feb-2013.zip).
> MyFaces Core 2.2.11 is available in both binary and source distributions.
> * http://myfaces.apache.org/download.html
> MyFaces Core is also available in the central Maven repository under Group
> ID "org.apache.myfaces.core".
> Release Notes - MyFaces Core - Version 2.2.11
> [MYFACES-4036] - UIData state is not restorable when rowStatePreserved
> is set to true
> [MYFACES-4047] - @PreDestroy method not invokved on
> javax.faces.bean.ViewScoped beans on Session invalidation
> [MYFACES-4048] - TransientStateHolder values must be stored in the
> state if current phase is before render response
> [MYFACES-4049] - JSF myfaces unsynchronized access to a WeakHashMap
> [MYFACES-4050] - Validators not invoked for empty selectManyCheckbox
> [MYFACES-4051] - FacesMessage.Severity always set to ERROR after
> [MYFACES-4052] - Multiple <f:param> with same name encodes only last
> one in link URL
> [MYFACES-4057] - Serializable ViewScopeContextualStorage references
> non-serializable BeanManager
> [MYFACES-4060] - Required attribute of h:inputFile tag is not working
> [MYFACES-4046] - Allow programmatic component with ui:include with
> [MYFACES-4045] - Review Faces Flow reentrant condition
> Leonardo Uribe