First off, don't name beans with an uppercase first letter. Names starting in uppercase should be class names, names starting in lowercase are instance names. JSF will start to give you problems with that once you move to JSF2.
From the looks of it, you're mistaking the filename for the URL. If you request the page as "inputname.jsp", the URL parser won't route the request to the FacesServlet and the EL won't be evaluated. The tags shouldn't work, either, but HTML ignores tags it doesn't understand, so you generally wouldn't see anything wrong there.
To route the request to the FacesServlet, your URL should be either "faces/inputname.jsp" or "inputname.jsf". Which URL form you use depends on what URL matching pattern for FacesServlet is defined in your web.xml file.
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