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How can i find app server that support JFC?

 
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Hi,
i'm a new JFC programmer,So I would like to know,how can i find app server that support JFC?
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Seems to me that there is currently no server supports JFC directly.
I guess we may need some plug-ins for JFC.
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JFC, Java Foundation Classes, those are client-side classes?
You mean JSF as in Java Server Faces, right?
If this is the case, the Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 8 FCS bundled with the new J2EE 1.4 SDK supports Java Server Faces. Check it out here.
 
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If you are talking about JSF, it will be available in more widely used app servers when they start complying with the JSF spec.
Sun already has it, but Sun app server is not widely used.
 
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Sorry,
Yes,I mean JSF.And now I'm lookin for app server that support JSF 1.0.
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The new IBM Rational tools ("Atlantic" Release, 2004-12-05?) support JSF or soon will. I believe this means their App Server, IBM WebSphere, also does. Confirm, anyone?
 
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Moved to the JSF forum.
 
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I have been using JSF in WebSphere Application Server 5.1. I have developed JSF for both regular web and also for WebSphere Portal Server 5.1. I did this work about 6 months ago already.
There is a Redbook out on using JSF in WebSphere. To develop code for WebSphere you need to have WSAD 5.1.2 or above. WSAD 5.1 was a beta implementation not meant for production.

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[ January 20, 2005: Message edited by: garth schneider ]
 
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