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  Improving JSF by Dumping JSP
Subject:   Just one problem...
Date:   2004-06-10 07:31:24
From:   Kamau
The current version of JSF does nothing for High Availability (HA) mission critical application development! I was shocked to discover (several months later after successfully pitching JSF to a new employer) that there is NO httpsession replication capability in JSF (the JSF Tree cannot be serialized). Meaning that any production applications the require scalability and failover CANNOT be written using the JSF framework. Moreover, the Sun position on this gaping hole is less than inspiring (see JSF forum
http://forum.java.sun.com/thread.jsp?forum=427&thread=497264&tstart=0&trange=15). What a bummer! I guess JSF is not intended to mission-critical applications but is instead just another "departmental" app framework.

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