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Does JSF require JSP?
Updated: June 12, 2003

No, it does not. As a matter of fact, JSF was written to be render-technology neutral. This means you can use it with all sorts of non-JSP technology, including XML-based languages like XUL and templating systems like Velocity. The reference implementation includes an XUL-based example that has nothing to do with JSP. That being said, you'll definitely find more industry support behind use of JSP with JSF.

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