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Struts like modules in JSF

 
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Is there anything like Struts like modules in JSF?. Preferably, I would like
to be able to add modules dynamically without modifying the core web.xml. (I know Struts does not provide this out of the box, but we have a custom ActionServlet that does the dynamic module loading)
 
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What do you mean Struts like modules? I am not real clear on what you are wanting.
 
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Modules in Struts is a way of dividing an application up into virtual directories (called modules) and having a separate config (xml) file for each module. It makes it easier to maintain (and share) code with other developers and it's easy to set up security at the "module" level.

I believe this is what Alok is looking for.
 
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