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Mojarra X Java 6

Alan Duke

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If I use Java 6, I need to install JSF(Mojarra 2.0) or not?
Jesper de Jong
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No, you don't need to install anything that has to do with JSF to be able to use Java or compile Java source code.

Did you mean to ask the question the other way around ("if I use JSF (Mojarra 2.0) do I need to install Java 6")?

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