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is it a bug from JSF itself ?

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hi all.
I have downloaded JSF 1.1 from java site.
I copied jsf-cardemo.war from samples directory, but when starting tomcat,
I got a terrible long long stack trace of exceptions.
I read javaranch jornal's tutorial about JSF and I created it, again when deploying it, I got a long stack trace of exceptions.
why I got those problems ?
 
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