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JSF replacement for Tiles

Aaron Turner

Joined: Mar 03, 2004
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Will JSF provide a substitue for Tiles in Struts?
Bill Dudney
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Joined: Sep 05, 2003
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No, JSF does not have a replacement for tiles. Its one of those maturity factors...
However JSF beta has been tested with and shown to work with tiles so they can be used together if you have to.
I would expect that you can achieve tiles with a relatively straightforward JSF component. I'd have to dig into it a bit to make sure but it should be straightforward...
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