Reinier, sometimes it's nice to simply answer the question :-)
To the original poster: There are a lot of ways to make JSF apps AJAX
enabled. http://labs.jboss.com/portal/jbossajax4jsf/?prjlist=false is
one such way.
If, on the other hand, you have a pre-existing JSF app that you want
to integrate some GWT functionality into (without rewriting the whole
thing in GWT), there is an integration library for doing just that. I
seem to have become the maintainer of that integration library. The
original page documenting it is here:
My current version of it, which works with the GWT 1.4 preview
release, is here:
I am working to get this back into the main Ajax4JSF component tree.
I will also be further documenting it and integrating the examples
into the source.
Now, all that said, Reinier is right that using JSF and GWT together
is more complex than just using one or the other. So consider whether
you really need both. But if you do really need (or just really
want ;-) both, the above should help.
On Apr 20, 6:39 am, Reinier Zwitserloot <reini...@gmail.com> wrote: