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How much JSF knowledge is necessary for part-I ?

James Joshy
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Joined: Jun 04, 2009
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I never worked on JSF or struts
Much deep should I delve into JSF for part-I ?

Is a very high level understanding, e.g knowing the request processing lifecycle and JSF usability/architecture, design patterns used, .. good enough ?


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James Joshy wrote:I never worked on JSF or struts
Much deep should I delve into JSF for part-I ?

Is a very high level understanding, e.g knowing the request processing lifecycle and JSF usability/architecture, design patterns used, .. good enough ?



I would say you need to know how JSF works at very high level (for example, what HTTP method is used and what are the consequences) and what are the advantages/disadvantages compared ot other technologies (like plain JSP) used for presentation tier.

NOTE: SCEA not a programmer's certification, don't expect any code snippets of JSF.


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