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What is the differance between JSP and JSF?

 
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What is the differance between JSP and JSF?
Why i should use JSF?
Why i should use Facelets and what are the benifits of facelets?


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Vinutha.
 
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JSP are serverside components and JSF is a framework for presentation tier built using JSP/Servlets technologies of J2EE.

Don't have much idea of facelets, i think it was a work around to run JSF1.2 in containers which doesn't support JSP 2.0 but not sure
 
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