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You're not referring to the fact that some browsers, such as iOS 7 safari, hide part of the URL are you?

ICEfaces doesn't customize the URL in any way. Perhaps it's possible that your app is using a JSP welcome page that does a FORWARD request (<jsp:forward/>) to the starting JSF page. In that scenario the servlet container wouldn't REDIRECT from the context root to the welcome page (declared in web.xml) and then JSF would (by default) use FORWARDs for navigation as well, leaving the original context root as the current URL shown in the browser.

Try adding <redirect/> to any navigation rules declared in in your faces-config.xml. You can learn more about JSF navigation and REDIRECTs here:

http://www.mkyong.com/jsf2/jsf-page-forward-vs-page-redirect/
Weekly builds of ICEmobile 1.3.1 are also available at here if you'd like to try it out.

Thanks,
Philip
So ...

execute="action actionListener @this"

what components do 'action' and 'actionListener' refer to??
The <ace:ajax> is for use with ace components. Try a standard <f:ajax> tag. Also, the terms used in the ajax attributes, have to be either keywords, starting with @, or component ids.

Thanks,
Philip
Hi,
The <ice> tags aren't compatible with the JSF2 <f:ajax> tag. Try using a plain <h:commandButton> instead.

Philip
Yes, this was from an incompatibility between the compat (ice comp) javascript and the mobi javascript. This has been fixed and will be in the next release.

http://jira.icesoft.org/browse/MOBI-925

Thanks,
Philip
Make sure you have <multipart-config/> on the Faces Servlet.
Make sure you have the <multipart-config/> on the Faces Servlet definition in your web.xml or the Multipart Filter and extra jars for servlet 2.5 containers.

Thanks,
Philip
Hi,
Yes, jQuery Mobile Theme classes were introduced in 1.3.0, making it possible to use custom ThemeRoller (mobile) themes, but this is still preliminary support. There is information on the CSS class mappings here:

http://www.icesoft.org/wiki/display/icemobile/Theming

Essentially, we currently support the default jqm CSS classes, but do not support changing the default swatch modes. To use a custom theme just add your theme CSS and then set the following base ICEmobile theme, which will bring in the minimal structural CSS:

<mobi:deviceResources theme="base"/>

I would also suggest using the latest snapshot build:

http://res.icesoft.org/snapshots/icemobile/

You can also test a basic ThemeRoller theme in the Mobile Showcase by setting the theme switcher dropdown to 'jqm':

http://labs.icesoft.com/mobileshowcase/showcase.jsf
http://labs.icesoft.com/mobileshowcase/simulator

Thanks,
Philip
Currently it would be a challenge with some of the components, but not others. It really depends on how you'd like to use the frameworks and what components you needed.

Thanks,
Philip
The ICEmobile container can be installed locally on the user's device. However, both the JSF and JSP versions of ICEmobile components do need to be served from a web application, as the component rendering of both JSF and JSP, as Java EE frameworks, are server-based.

We do offer another variant of the native mobile component integration, called BridgeIt, that is targeted to HTML5 web applications, and this does not have the same restrictions as the JSF and JSP components. BridgeIt is a JavaScript API that can be integrated with any web page, whether that page is generated from a web server or is a static asset contained locally in a mobile app. Some of the BridgeIt functions do currently require a server upload endpoint, but removing this limitation is on our road map.You can find more information about BridgeIt at bridgeit.mobi.

Thanks,
Philip
The ICEpush call itself never carries any form information. When a push event is fired the next the browser will fire an additional form post to the server.
Yes, please attach a sample project to test.

Thanks
Ok, if you'd like to attach a test case we can take a look thanks.
You can try using Flash Scope. Think of it as a temporary session storage that only survives past a redirect.

http://www.jroller.com/HazemBlog/entry/understanding_the_jsf_2_0
 
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