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BOOK: Professional Oracle WebLogic Server
This is the forum to discuss the Wrox book Professional Oracle WebLogic Server by Robert Patrick, Gregory Nyberg, Philip Aston with Josh Bregman, Paul Done; ISBN: 978-0-470-48430-2
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Old November 9th, 2009, 12:15 PM
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Default Chapter 2: Candidate Presentation Tier Architectures

This is rather a highlevel question:
Why is JSF missing in the comparison chapter of presentation tier architectures?
Only JSP, Struts and Spring MVC is considered. Any reason for this?

Also, templating in chapter 3 is shown with JSP includes... I would have expected that such a new book would consider JSF with Facelets?

Otherwise, the book looks promising.

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Default RE: Chapter 2: Candidate Presentation Tier Architectures

It was really just a matter of time/space. JSF is yet another reasonable web framework with strong and weak points.

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