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The same general way that you would with non-JSF, except that in order to avoid confusion with the EL processor, you can't use the "$" convention. You have to use "jQuery." as the introducing term on a jQuery expression.

If you're using RichFaces, there's a (old) version of jQuery that come automatically with RichFaces, which uses it internally. In that case, you don't even have to explicitly request jQuery, since RichFaces does it in the background.
 
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