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Books on JSf and Spring integration.

Padma Priya
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Joined: Feb 01, 2007
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Hi all,

I would like to know if there are any good books in the market that deal with application development using Spring and JSF.

Thank in advance!!
Tim Holloway
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I know good books on Spring and good books on JSF, but an entire book on both I know nothing of.

Actually, it's not really a big deal. If you include the Spring EL bridge into your faces-config, you can reference Spring Beans and inject them as managed properties into JSF managed beans seamlessly. I do this all the time to connect my (Spring-based) persistence layer with my JSF presentation layer.


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Padma Priya
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Joined: Feb 01, 2007
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Hi Tim,

thank you for your response. Can you give me the name of some good books on Spring and Jsf seperately. There are namy in the market but not sure what to follow.

Shasi Mitra
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Joined: Nov 27, 2008
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Spring in action has a chapter on JSF integration
Tim Holloway
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Spring in Action is a very good book, as is the online Spring documentation at SpringFramework.org.

I'm afraid the only JSF book I have is the original edition of Kito Mann's JSF in Action, and while it's pretty good, it's out of date. Doesn't cover JSF2.
 
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