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Keeping it simple...

Say I use both ort one of them. And I have a website with someone like Y@hoo who is hosting it. And everything drives from that site which has MYSQL, PHP, Perl, HTML/XHTML and CSS support.

Would JSF and AJAX fit into an environment like that to be useful? :roll:
 
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What is going to determine if you CAN use them, or I should say JSF, is whether the provider - in this case Yahoo - provides you with a J2EE container.
 
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I guess your question might be the better one. Along with the "what" would be:

When would I want to use JSF or AJAX in an environment like Yahoo?

Excuse my ignorance... I guess I am looking for that selling point. As a developer, we have many tools and avenues to accomplish our task. I haven't had any real exposure to see a need to use AJAX or JSF or Java for webpages on a smaller scale. I think some of it comes from not writing a small "useable" model. Like say a Pet store or something like a "file cabinet" application of storing newsletters, etc.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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