With the release of WebLogic Server 10.3.3 (now available on OTN) we have added support for JSF 2.0 by providing a JSF 2.0 shared-library that can be deployed and used with WebLogic Server.
The new JSF 2.0 shared-library is located here in a WLS 10.3.3 installation:
The shared-library name and spec/implementation version details are listed in the documentation here:
The JSF 2.0 shared-library follows the same model as the previous JSF libraries shipped with WLS, where it needs to be deployed and referenced using a >library-ref< in a WLS deployment descriptor by applications that wish to use it.
The JSF 2.0 library supports Dependency Iinjection of Java EE resources and the use of the Java EE 5 lifecycle annotations in Managed Beans as described in the specification. This is done through the inclusion of a WLS specific class that implements the com.sun.faces.spi.InjectionProvider interface provided in the WEB-INF/lib/wls.jsf.di.jar library within the jsf-2.0.war shared-library.
We also continue to provide support for earlier JSF 1.2 releases.