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3. Using the JSFToolbox Site Wizard

Documentation > JSF > Developing Web Sites > Using the JSFToolbox Site Wizard

JSFToolbox includes a powerful site wizard to help you enable your sites for JavaServer Faces (JSF) development. The wizard automatically detects a new site that uses the JSP server model and guides you through the process of upgrading your site.

The first step of the process is informational. The purpose of this step is simply to let you know that JSFToolbox is going to inspect your site for Java classes, libraries, and configuration files.

Site Wizard Dialog Step 1

JSF Site Wizard Step 1

The second step of the wizard will not require any interaction on your part. Depending on the size of your site, the complexity of your JSF application, the speed of your computer, and how many applications you have running at the same time, this step may take anywhere from a few seconds to a few minutes to complete.

JSFToolbox Site Wizard Step 2

JSFToolbox Site Wizard Step 2

Once JSFToolbox has finished indexing your site, you are ready to begin using JSF components in your Web pages!

JSFToolbox Site Wizard Step 3

JSFToolbox Site Wizard Step 3