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How could we best justify usage of JSP over JSF?

 
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Hi,

I am using JSP in my assignment. In all sense, JSF can replace JSPs/Servlets. I know it really depends on case to case basis.

Here is what I have been thinking:

1. It has simple lightweight UI with HTML content.
2. Assignment does not have complex navigation and page transition rules.
2. It also does not really need advanced component based and AJAX features.


Could you guys throw some ideas to better justify usage of JSPs?

Thanks, Raghu
 
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Correction:

Servlets are good candidates for binary content like PDFs etc.

JSF could replace JSPs with facelets for content like HTML, XML etc.
 
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