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You need to deploy the JSF 1.2 shared library that we provide (jsf-1.2.war) and then reference that in your weblogic-application.xml (or weblogic.xml).
See the documentation here: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24329_01/web.1211/e21049/configurejsfandjtsl.htm#i163099
Worth noting this important piece of information:
In this release, the weblogic.xml file in jsf-1.2.war configures a filtering classloader for your application's JSF classes and resources.Which basically means that we have provided a pre-configured filtering classloader definition so that the server will load classes from the specified packages from libraries supplied or referenced by the application. Without this, you'll always get the JSF 2.x implementation that is now provided on the direct WLS classpath (a change in WLS 12c to make using JSF easier).
Is there a reason you're using that older "jsf-myfaces 1.1.7" library? This won't have the filtering classloader definition. If you want to use that, then in addition to making the library reference to it, you'll also need to add a filtering classloader defininition. Take a look at the weblogic.xml file inside the jsf-1.2.war and copy the <prefer-application-packages> stanzas to your own configuration file.
<prefer-application-packages> <package-name>javax.faces.*</package-name> <package-name>com.sun.faces.*</package-name> <package-name>com.bea.faces.*</package-name> </prefer-application-packages> <prefer-application-resources> <resource-name>javax.faces.*</resource-name> <resource-name>com.sun.faces.*</resource-name> <resource-name>com.bea.faces.*</resource-name> <resource-name>META-INF/services/javax.servlet.ServletContainerInitializer</resource-name> </prefer-application-resources>