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Joshi Nirav J
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Hi all,
Can any one Suggest me a good material for starting JSF from scratch ?
 
Rick Sam
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If you are looking for JSF tutorial from scratch go through

http://jsflessons.blogspot.com

Excellent tutorial for beginners....
Topics covered is described with example..So easy to understand
 
Joshi Nirav J
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Thanks a lot for giving me such a link and for spending your time on my query....
 
Joe ONeil
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http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-07-2004/jw-0719-jsf.html
This is a complete JSF example This is what I started with but I have since tweeked it quite a bit
Spring Beans instead of JSF Managed beans
Ibaitis instead of Hibernate since I was working on a legacy app and I do not have control of the database
I have made many changes but it is a good place to start
I started with JSP and converted to Facelets much better performance
I also use the Myfaces Tomahawk implimentation
 
Ed Burns
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Start with the new JSF Expert Group site http://javaserverfaces.org/

Ed
 
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