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Is it ok to use JSF 2.0 in SCEA 5 exam

 
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Hi,
I am in the middle of the SCEA 5 assignment. JSF 2.0 comes with nice AJAX support, but this isn't this really a Java EE 6 technology?
I am confused as to whether I can use:
1. Ajax
2. JSF 2.0 in this assignment?

Can someone clarify?

(I know in the real world I would :-)
Thanks.
 
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You can use any one of them. However using JSF will give a developer many advantages compared to any other framework like AJAX.

For assignment, candidate does not need to go for "good" features for any framework such as AJAX or GUI components available from JSF.

As JSF is a component centric standardized GUI framework, provided by Oracle/Sun, it can give you lot of more important features than just fancy features.

My opinion though, JSF doesn't have to compared with AJAX for exam purposes, as they solve totally different problems, there may be some common features present in JSF/AJAX.

JSF 2.0 can be very well used in exam. No worries!!!

Thanks
Arpit Jain
 
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I didn't specify version of JSF in my assignment and did not specify usage of AJAX either. To me, this assignment seems too high level to include version of the JSF.
 
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Pavel Kubal wrote:I didn't specify version of JSF in my assignment and did not specify usage of AJAX either. To me, this assignment seems too high level to include version of the JSF.


Yeah good point.
 
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