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Thanks for reporting the issue. I can repro the same and will follow-up. In the meanwhile, you can configure the app to use the Weblogic Shared Library instead of the User Library. Hope this helps.
The issue is becuase the JSF library is installed in a folder that has spaces in the path. If you want to use the User Library, copy javax.faces.jar from <ws>\libraries\JSF 2.1 (Mojarra 2.1.6-FCS)\mojarra-2.1.6-FCS\lib to a folder withoutspaces and add it to a new User Library and configure the JSF Facet to use the newly defined user library.