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Hi Everyone,

I am new to JSF. Can anyone send me some links for JSF 2.0 beginner tutorial.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Hello Chandana,

There are not many books written on JSF 2.0. CoreServletJSF2 Tutorials, you can find a good link about JSF 2.0 tutorials. You can also have a look at JSF 2.0 complete reference or
core java server faces. I am struggling with JSF 2.0 complete reference, but lets see how it goes.

HTH,
 
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To get the basic understanding of JSF 2 you can go to this blog:

JSF 2 - Tutorials for beginners
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