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Alex Nedelcu
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Does anyone know of a good JSF 1.1 hosting service ?
(good and cheap would be great )

Thank you,
 
Mike London
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If I'm understanding your question correctly, any Java/JSP hosting site would work. They'd just have to install the JSF JAR files into their app server's "lib" directory.

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Alex Nedelcu
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Really ?
I saw that many hosting services offer support for JSP 1.2.
Doesn't JSF 1.1 need JSP 2.0 ?

Also, can you guys give some suggestions on good JSP hostings ?
I am totally inexperienced, and have some wonderfull ideeas that I want to put in practice.

PS: I'm sorry if this is such a newbie question
 
Jeff Albertson
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Originally posted by Mike London:
If I'm understanding your question correctly, any Java/JSP hosting site would work. They'd just have to install the JSF JAR files into their app server's "lib" directory.


isn't it better form to include all relevant jars in your WAR file? What if the server switches implementation of JSF on you with different results?
 
Ulf Dittmer
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This page seems to imply that JSF 1.1 needs Servlet 2.3/JSP 1.2. That means (e.g.) that Tomcat 4 is sufficient.

A list of servlet hosting companies can be found in the Servlets FAQ.
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