Using resource bundle keys containing dots in a facelet


In order to put some order into our resource bundle with JSF, I wanted to use dots to structure the keys to make them more meaningful. I wanted to use a structure like ScreenName.title=value

We used to use the keys this way

<h:outputText value="#{bundle.title}" />

When I tried to use

<h:outputText value="#{bundle.screen.title}" />

I got an error because JSF interpreted bundle.screen.title as an expression and title was not a method of the String class. To be able to use the dots, I had to change the way to get values from the bundle as follows:

<h:outputText value="#{bundle['screen.title']}" />

Ignoring Eclipse and Maven files and Folders with Git


The file .gitignore tells Git which files to ignore at commit time. The ignore file itself shall be added and committed to the repository.

Add the following lines to in order to ignore Eclipse project files and folders

.classpath
.project
.settings/

Add the following line to ignore Maven target folder:

target
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