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Hi.
I created my own MVC to use in my web applications.
My MVC has a servlet (Controller), this servlet extracts the required
model from the URL, the model gets some data and then it forwards
the request to a JSP page.
It works fine, but I want to use a framework like Struts or JSF.
But it seems to me that JSF is only deals with forms, Struts on the
other hand, seems to had my requirments.
My question is, Can I implement my application using JSF ?
IF yes, please give me some tips ...
Thanks
 
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Without knowing what your application is/does, then the answer is probably? What is it you think that Struts and your framework will do that JSF won't?
 
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JSF can do everything that Strut can even more, To me JSF is the Future of j2EE
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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