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Old February 18th, 2004, 10:28 AM
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Hi Rod,

In your book, there's no mentions about JSF as a controller and page rendering technology. You talk a lot about the pros and cons of Struts and JSP but what do you think of JSF. In your opinion, does it (or will it) solve some problems vs the controller portion of Struts and in the page coding with JSP.

I liked reading your book and it help me make my mind on the several J2EE embedded technologies but for me JSF seems a way to follow in the future.

Thank you
 
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