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    Default what is the difference between jsp and jsf?

    i got slight confusion on jsp and jsf.
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    Default JSP and JSF explained

    JSP stands for Java Server Page. A jsp is a file with a .jsp extension that when placed in a servlet container (Typically Tomcat) will be converted by the servlet container into a java file then compiled to run as a servlet. Typically this servlet is used to service a client http request. For instance a login screen with a username and password is what the servlet sends back to your browser as html.

    JSF stands for Java Server Faces and is a framework (API and jar files) to help you implement a client browser interface. For instance this Java Forums website may have been developed with JSF technology. See java.sun.com/javaee/javaserverfaces for more info.

    John

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