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JSF in SCEA

 
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Hi,

Can anyone suggest good books for JSF? What are % of questions from JSF?
1) Core JSF
2) Complete referece
3) JSF in Action
4) Java server Faces


Thanks,
Samir
 
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I hope some one moves this to the SCEA forum.

Samir, this forum - Meaningless drivel is used purely for nonsense. Your question will not attract meaningful responses here
 
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Hi ,
core javaserverfaces second edition by David geary and cay horstmann is enough to get sufficient.
Areawiseyou can check API's by SUN. the certification preparation not for exam purpose only it's for knowing each and every area in Technology .


Thanks,
Prathap.
 
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I used "Mastering Java Server Faces" - and only the first part "Architecture of JSF".
It was enough for me.

Hope it helps

Benoît
 
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