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JavaServer Faces versus Struts

 
Peter Chase
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I came across the following at Sun's Web site.
JavaServer Faces.
The people responsible for Struts have commented on it at: -
Struts versus Faces
I am wondering whether anyone has strong opinions on whether JavaServer Faces will displace Struts and hence whether I should think of using it in my next Java Web application.
 
Jason Menard
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Struts is here, JSF isn't. Down the road Struts will be interoperable with JSF. I think a wait and see attitude is best as far as JSF goes. In the meantime, dI would choose to develop with what is proven and available, which is Struts.
 
Thomas Paul
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In the long run we (and by we, I mean all of us who use Struts) will be moving from Struts to JSF. The transition should be painless however as the Struts development team is a key player in JSF. So we should be doing Struts now and watching JSF to make the transition in the future.
 
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