Here goes a simple recipe that explains a way to configure a JSF (Servlet) based application so that it is possible to determine the maximum upload size for files.
Hello guys. Welcome to the new year!!! 🙂
On the second week of 2018, here goes the first recipe. This one was in my “backlog” for a long long time (unfortunately, time goes by and I don’t ever have the time publish new knowledges at this space…) and it explains how to configure the maximum allowed file size uploads in Servlet based applications (JSF also fits in this category).
A new recipe has just been made available. This one explains how to deal with special characters, such as ‘ã’ and ‘ç’ in filenames, when uploading files using Primefaces fileUpload component.
One more recipe related to JSF/Primefaces in a Liferay environment is available. This one shows us one way to turn the captcha component from Primefaces into a component that is able to read/get the private and public API keys from portal-ext.properties file (or any other external source, that is not the application descriptor as it happens with the default component).
12th recipe of 2016 is now published. Enjoy!
Here goes the 11th recipe of 2016. Hope it helps.
The 8th recipe of 2016 is ready. This time, learn how to extend from Primfaces inputNumber component to make sure the styleClass you specify on the component is set on the generated input element of the component and not on its wrapping span.