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I have just started using JSF 1.2 to develop a application on Eclipse Indigo on MacOs.
I am unable to use Tomcat since it is asking for Native libraries..I am not understanding what it means.
Can i use Glassfish instead..Is it recommendable??
You may not know that Tomcat is a Servlet runner only, whereas Glassfish is an Application Server wherein a Servlet runner is just one of its parts. As well as JBoss, another Application Server, these servers already contain, natively, the JavaServer Faces libraries. That's built-in to the server...
In order to use JSF with Tomcat you have to separately download the JSF libs and add them to your project.
Which server to choose?
Choose the one that you believe will meet your requirements or you are more familiarized with. If you just want to program small things at home, either one will do, only the configuration that may vary a bit in case you need to modify something intrinsic to the server.
I hope it helps
DJ aspirant, Engineering undergraduate, Tokusatsus addicted, fond of English language and Asia's, Buddhist, blogger, etc. I'll need to insert all these attributes in a Java class and manage to create methods for handling my overwhelming life
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com