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Kito Mann's Java Server Faces In Action or
David Geary and Cay Horstmann's Core JavaServer Faces?
 
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I learned JSF via "Core JavaServer Faces" it got me where I am today! It doesn't cover JSF 1.2 though being published in 2004.
 
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I got myself
The Complete Reference JavaServer Faces
which seems to cover all interesting bits.

Note: I have only been looking at JSF for 3 weeks.
 
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They are both good books, and I second The Complete Reference: JavaServer Faces recommendation. The bad news: none of them are sufficient on their own. Even with all 3, some features a just poorly documented (see my post today "JSF notes on Events" for an example).
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