This question isn't really connected to jsp coding but I hope you wouldn't refuse me
I'm going to purchase web hosting and the problem is that my web application is made in JSF.
And here comes my question: when webhosting announces that it has got JSP installed, does it means that my JSF application can be run there?
Quite a silly question, but it wouldn't be nice to purchase some wrong webhosting...
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posted 7 years ago
JSF is just a couple of extra jar files in your web app, so any JSP hosting also supports JSF hosting - provided that the version of JSP it supports is sufficient for the version of JSF you want to use.
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