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I am new to JSF and saw a brief description about it stating that it was used for web architecture. So, my question is, will JSF replace Struts or does it enhance it?
 
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JSF would replace Struts.
It is not a part of Struts improvement. It is a component model UI technology for Java web development.
 
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