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JSF for part 1

 
jeff mutonho
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What's the depth of JSF knowledge is required for part 1. I've written applications that use JSF and know JSF fairly well. Would experience developing with JSF be sufficient for the exam? Does one need to have knowledge on extending JSF eg writing custom components?
 
Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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Well, there's not code on the SCEA exam, so coding isn't so much the point, although having coding experience with JSF will certainly be beneficial.

Why would you create a custom component? Can you customize an existing component? Why would you use JSF when you could just use Servlets and JSPs? Those are the types of things you need to know. What are the drawbacks of JSF? How well does a JSF site get indexed by Google? Any ideas?

While we're on the topic, can you actually answer those questions? This wouldn't be a bad thread to do so.

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Farbod H Foomany
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Are these easy questions? I don't think I know the answer to some of them
 
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