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chew yoon fui
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hi,


i would like to know which technology suit JSF2.0(mojarra) the most?

a) Glassfish v3, EJB 3
b) Tomcat 6.0, Hibernate

Thanks


please advise and provide your suggestion

 
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JSF2 is built into GlassFish. Tomcat doesn't include JSF (It's not a full-stack JEE implementation), so you have to include the JSF classes yourself.

EJB doesn't really have and direct bearing on the JSF aspects, but GlassFish includes EJB3 as part of the JEE stack. Tomcat does not.

Tomcat is good when you want a lightweight JSP/Servlet server, but if you need advanced JEE services, you should use a full-stack server like GlassFish, JBoss, WebSphere, WebLogic or something like that.
 
chew yoon fui
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thank for your reply.


- my web app will going to implement lucene search engine and focus on security & performance issue as well.
- UI will something similar to iGoogle > using portlet.
- does JSF2.0 include templating feature

im still figuring out what technologies should i use for this requirement..

how about these three sub project:
• Facelets
• JSFTemplating
• Mojarra Scales

could you please provide me your advise.

based on my research, i found that eclipse is not supporting JSF2.0 yet, am i right???

thanks
 
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