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SCEA 5 / 1 - JSF X JSP

 
Steven Colley
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If we do say that a company has several web designers with HTML and some scripting experience, but no real programming experience and You're a consultant architecting the back-end solution why would you say that they would need to use JSF?

I have as CORRECT answers the following options :

- JSP

- JSF

- Expression Language

I'd say that it's better having they working with "JSP + Custom Tag Libraries" than JSF since they have no real programming experience.

With regards to "Custom JSF Componens " - would not recommend that because this also requires to be experienced.


so..why JSF....?? Would not JSP be enough ? since this scenario does not mention anything about thick web client or statefull management ?

Tks in advance!!!
 
giuseppe fanuzzi
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i think that:
jsf = jsp+struts
because struts is a java class and jsf could be composed of only custom tag (and less html code), without knowledge of java programming, so jsf has a knowledge curve less than struts and the results could be the same
 
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