In my question Richfaces portlet | FacesContext not found I tried my best to explain the problem I was having. I provided maximum details like steps I performed and stack trace of the exception I was getting and believe that my question has a specific and authoritative answer. Then why it was closed?
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closed as too localized by casperOne Jul 5 '12 at 4:39
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I agree with you. Normally a large amount of code would be discouraged, but a stack trace is a stack trace. I don't see how you could cut it down without possibly losing important information that'd lead to an answer to your question.
I reopened the question.
I see there's also a request for a code sample instead of a stack trace in the comments. That might be a better way to go, but either way I don't think it's worth closing the question over it.