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Hi,

I was using tomcat 4.x version , so I had to use jsf 1.1 and tomahawk 1.1. But now we have upgraded tomcat to 5.5.17 . So now I wish to use myfaces 1.1.4 and tomahawk 1.1.3. But I have done some of the coding using jsf 1.1. So can I use that even if I use myfaces later version ? Can I use both jsf and myfaces implementation together ? Please clear me.

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Myfaces is an implementation of JSF. If by "JSF" you mean the JSF Reference Implementation, I can tell you from experience that it will only end in tears as the two implementations fight each other.

However, since MyFaces is a superset implementation of JSF, you can use Myfaces all by itself and it will have everything that the RI for the same JSF version would have in it.
 
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Thanks for the reply.

Now I am using myfaces1.1.4 and tomhawk1.1.3. But since I have done some of code using jsf 1.1.RI , I have to keep jsf-api.jar and jsf-impl.jar in the lib directory. At the moment it works fine.
Would that cause any trouble later ?

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