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Nesan Krish
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If a web hoster supports JSP and Servlets, will my JSF project work on their server? Or otherwise should they have to offer a separate suport to JSF? Thank you very much.
 
Varun Khanna
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Originally posted by Nesan Krish:
If a web hoster supports JSP and Servlets, will my JSF project work on their server? Or otherwise should they have to offer a separate suport to JSF? Thank you very much.


You may need to add jsf specific jars additionally.
 
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JSharp,

Welcome to Javaranch! We don't have too many rules around here but we do have a Naming Policy. Please adjust your display name accordingly. You can adjust your display name here.

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Mallesham Karnati
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My webhosting service provider is giving me Resin 2.1.13. I know how to use JSP on this. Can I use JSF also on this? In order to use JSF, what JARs do I need to move into the WEB-INF folder?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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