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Hello

How do we create JUnits for JSF Components/applications?Anything like we can use springboot to write Junits for a leacy JSF app?
 
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Welcome to the Ranch, Kiran!

Are you asking about jUnit unit tests for JSF? That's easy! JSF backing beans are POJOs, so ordinary jUnit testing is all you need.

In fact, being able to test JSF code offline was one of the major factors in how JSF was designed.
 
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