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Rajkumar balakrishnan
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Hi friends,
i am new to JSF and i learn it myself.. So i want to test it by writing some code on my own and make it run on browser.. When i google about "JSF download" it just shows the doc's and Specification and no JAR files are there.. Will you please suggest me where to download those files and where i put it in my tomcat folder to make JSF feel happy in my system..


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Joe Matthew
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Hello Raj,

With a signature like that, it will be difficult to get answers.

There are many implementations of JSFs like SUN RI, MyFaces, RichFaces etc.

For beginners, Sun RI or MyFaces

The JARs you require will be present in the release.


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