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what kind of framework is this?

 
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I wish to know what framework my friend is currently using ( i asked him but he doen'st know)..

anyway, he told me that it's includes EJB, XML, Entity Bean, XSL files...

anybody had any idea?
 
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Any framework can use those technologies. What does this have to do with JSF?
 
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oh, cos the existing framework will be changed to use JSF...

but no idea how to implement the new framework..
 
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Originally posted by Jolie Lee:
but no idea how to implement the new framework..



Well, you could start with this tutorial. Then read some books. I like JavaServer Faces in Action by Kito D. Mann and Core JavaServer Faces. Ask lots of questions and just dig in. There is no better way to start.
 
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JSF In Action is an amazing book. I am loving it.
I would like to recommend that too. It will show you almost everything possible with JSF.
Thanks.
 
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