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Roel De Nijs
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We are using for our webapplication Struts. Is JSF a substitute for Struts, or is it an add-on? If it's a substitute: what are the strenghts & weaknesses of JSF in comparison with Struts? Could you combine both in 1 web-application?

Normally i would go to a 3h course about JSF, but because my company started subscribing me when subscription period was terminated, i couldn't go, so i have to ask it here

Thanks for all the input!


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the jsf is the substitute to struts.to the new project,sun recommend jsf as the solution.to the legacy struts system,the apache provide the plugin to integrate the jsf.
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Check this
http://www.coderanch.com/t/49947/Struts/Difference-between-Struts-JSF


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