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how to port myfaces to websphere?

 
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I just started developing a JSF application, our production server is Websphere Portal Server.
However I found portal server was very slow to start up, even the websphere application server.
Want I want to do is develop the application using tomcat+myfaces, then port it to websphere application server.
However I have trouble to do so, anyone has similiar experience?
 
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We are currently doing that. All local tests are done on our local machines using Tomcat and our stage and prod boxes are Websphere.

However I have trouble to do so,

You are going to have to give me information about the trouble(s) you are having.
 
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