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Difference between JSF and JSR

Lalitha Bourishetty
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Joined: Mar 15, 2012
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Hi all,

One of my friend said their project is going to be migrated from JSF to JSR.
Could you please say are they both same?
and also please say what is JSR? how it is used in UI design?

Tim Holloway
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Welcome to the JavaRanch, Lalitha!

JSR historically means Java Specification Request and it's what is used in the process of defining and implementing an official Java feature. For example, the spec for JSF 2.0 is JSR-314. JSR's are more or less the Java version of the RFC documents that define the Internet standards.

I have no idea what "JSR" might mean as a framework.


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Lalitha Bourishetty
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Thank you..
 
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