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Hi

I want to learn about JSF technology fast. Kindly refer any good books or online tutorial.

Is it possible to use JSF with WSAD 5.0. If not then which version of WSAD supports it.

Thanks
Ritika
 
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Look at the "Golden Collection for JSF Newbie" on http://jsfTutorials.net . Overview "JavaServer Faces Books: Free Sample Chapters" collection there. It helps you to select the right book for you.
Personally, I like:

Core JSF by David Geary & Cay Horstmann
JavaServer Faces in Action by Kito Mann
Mastering JavaServer Faces by Bill Dudney

I suggest you have to upgrade your WSAD. As best I know, WSAD added full JSF support since 5.1.2 version (some preliminary support was in the 5.1.1 also)

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Sergey : jsfTutorials.net
[ June 20, 2005: Message edited by: Sergey Smirnov ]
 
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Hi Ritika,

I am using RAD 6 (IBM Rational Application Developer) works great its basically WSAD 6.

Some places to visit :

http://www.jspolympus.com/JSF/JavaServerFaces.jsp
http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/library/jsf/catalog/WebContent/index.html

hope it goes well...
 
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