1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 11, 2006 5:00 PM by Stan Silvert

    jsf a good framework for production?

    Dan Diodati Newbie



      Trying to decide on jsf as a framework. Could someone help me with some answers to the followign questions:

      1.How is JSF performance in production?

      2. Is there a way to avoid Repost Dialog on refresh/back button?

      3. Any issues with SSL (back button on SSL)

      4. Does 2+ Windows with same session interfering with each other?s state ?

      5. Any real World Examples? Ang big production sites using jsf(any with high volume hits?

      6. Is there any Annotation support to help with the xml config generation,etc?

        • 1. Re: jsf a good framework for production?
          Stan Silvert Master

           

          "dandiodati" wrote:


          Trying to decide on jsf as a framework. Could someone help me with some answers to the followign questions:

          1.How is JSF performance in production?


          I know that there are now plenty of applications using JSF in production. I'm not aware of any perf numbers or particular high-traffic sites. But I bet there are some out there. I'd love to know a better answer to this one too!

          "dandiodati" wrote:

          2. Is there a way to avoid Repost Dialog on refresh/back button?

          3. Any issues with SSL (back button on SSL)

          4. Does 2+ Windows with same session interfering with each other?s state ?


          You MUST take a look at JBoss Seam. It does a better job with this stuff than any web framework ever. See http://www.jboss.com/products/seam

          "dandiodati" wrote:

          6. Is there any Annotation support to help with the xml config generation,etc?


          You don't actually need the annotations to generate JSF config for you. In Seam, you just use the annotations. There is also annotation support for resource injection of managed beans in JBoss 5. See http://wiki.jboss.org/wiki/Wiki.jsp?page=JBossWithJSFCDDL

          Stan