JSFDays 2009

I was there as a speaker at JSFDays 2008 and it was just a great conference. This year JSFDays 2009 is in Austria again and many well known developers will be there as a speaker.

JSF spec lead Ed Burns, Jurgen Hoeller, my main man Matthias Wessendorf, Seam lead Pete Muir, Max Katz, Martin Marinschek, Kito Mann and many more great developers will make JSFDays09 a great conference. I am excited to meet and hangout with these folks again after JSFOne and JSFDays08.

Me? I have a session as well, my talk is about “Securing JSF Applications”.

You can find more info at the conference web site which is updated regularly.

http://conference.irian.at/

5 Responses to JSFDays 2009

  1. fiorenzo says:

    Hi Cagatay,

    since you are an expert of “Securing JSF Applications”:
    can you suggest some solution for securizating the xhtml/facelets code in the conference web site??

    If you change the extension of pages from jsf to xhtml, al posto di .jsf, you can look at the code xhtml pages
    It’s fantastic to see the code of other programmers in real situations!
    For example, if you click here:
    http://conference.irian.at/main/index.xhtml?conversationContext=1

    http://conference.irian.at/main/speakers.xhtml?conversationContext=1

    you will see a blank page, whose source code is xhtml.

    Bye bye

    Fiorenzo

  2. cagataycivici says:

    Never tried but a filter mapping on xhtml pages would do the trick.

  3. matthiaswessendorf says:

    use *.xhtml instead:
    e.g

    faces
    *.xhtml

  4. matthiaswessendorf says:

    fuck the html was eaten…
    here, like this:
    [servlet-mapping]
    [servlet-name]faces[/servlet-name]
    [url-pattern]*.xhtml[/url-pattern]
    [/servlet-mapping]

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