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what is the JSF version support by was 6.1/rad 7.0

 
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what is the JSF version support by websphere application server 6.1/rad 7.0? seems like it is still JSF 1.0. can't believe it. Can I use JSF 1.2 by just download and copy JSF 1.2 jar file to my own web application lib?
 
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Websphere 6.1 supports JSF 1.1. I don't know about WebSpher 7.

I wouldn't expect updating the jar file to work, but you could try it to find out.
 
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Justin(lijun) wang wrote:what is the JSF version support by websphere application server 6.1/rad 7.0? seems like it is still JSF 1.0. can't believe it. Can I use JSF 1.2 by just download and copy JSF 1.2 jar file to my own web application lib?



You can, but this has two drawbacks:
- Develpment: RAD plugins will continue working with JSF 1.0
- Execution: Since JSF belongs to WAS 6.1 runtime, you will need to change class loading policy to PARENT_LAST in order to override server implementation.

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