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Work around for JSF lack of XHMTL standards

Siripa Siangklom
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Has anyone come up with a work around for the fact that JSF cannot produce XHTML documents? Anyone know why they went this route?
Bill Dudney
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Hi Siripa,
Don't know why but keep in mind that this is just the RI, commercial and open source implementors are free to do XHTML and probably will.


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