Posted by java_on_fire
on August 17, 2010 at 9:40 AM PDT
I'm new to Java, i have read two books on JSP/Servlets so far. Very excited about the MVC approach.
Now i decided to read some JSF but it looks like to me *i stand corrected* that JSF will be doing what i have learned in servlets! for instance in servlets, i design a servert that communicate with a bean, put a bean in a session and forward(request, response) to a jsp page.
While now in JSF i don't need to write a servlet to do so, simply define @The scope and @ManagedBean or @Named annotations in my bean class and my JSF page will have access to them using the EL.
Can you give me a scenario where i need to write a servlet?
Hi forum moderator,
didn't find the appropriate place to post my question and i saw others posted JSF question in here so i assumed it was the right place, please move my post to the right place if needed.
Message was edited by: java_on_fire