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We have to build an enterprise-class web application that will manage more than a 1000 exchanges.
There will be more than 1000 users.
The following features will be critical for our application:
* concurrency
* access control
* transaction mgmt
* persistance
* scalability
Since we already have lot of core-java modules which we could use in this application,we chose J2EE platform.

Now the question is choosing between JSF and GWT.
Where exactly does JSF score over GWT?
I've googled for JSF Vs GWT.
But coudnt find anything that is up to the point.

To put it the question in simpler terms,it should be stated as:
Which is better suited to build an enterprise-class application: JSF or GWT?
And why?
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