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Common/recommend practice of using JSF?  RSS feed

 
ying lam
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Hi,

i am going to develop a Java webapp from scratch.
What is the common/recommend practice of using JSF?

What i learn so far is:
* use facelet instead of jsp
* use hibernate for ORM (instead of the whole EJB stuff)
* run it inside servlet container instead of a full blown J2EE server

What are other common/recommend practice?
* Do I need Spring?
* Do I need Shale?
* Do I need Seam?
 
Ali Gohar
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It totally depends upon application you are going to develop. I mean its scope etc.

For example if you are going to develop a large application distributed accross multiple servers then use EJB etc

One more thing to consider is that do you have sufficient experties in tool/technologies you are going to work on?
[ October 31, 2006: Message edited by: Ali Gohar ]
 
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