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start JSF chapter soon in my text,well this is included in my JDK so my Tomcat or JBoss are ok runit
Joined: Jan 31, 2010
Sep 11, 2010 16:33:46
I will start
chapter soon in my text, well this is included in my JDK so
are ok to run JSF[local host]?
As for live server online[not local host], needed dedicated servers or v-dedicated servers to run JSF, AND SHARED HOSTING ENVIRONMENTS will fail run JSF?
Joined: Jun 25, 2001
Sep 13, 2010 06:37:08
You need at least Tomcat version 5.5. Tomcat6 is recommended. JBoss AS 5 has JSF support built into it.
purposes, you can run Tomcat or JBoss as a user-space application on your local machine without the need for root privileges. Most of us do.
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