Java Server Faces (JSF) is a Java structure in which web applications are worked with pre created segments. The utilization of segments makes an unmistakable division between the work of visual specialists (the view) and that of the engineers (model and controller).
Beginning with the 2.X arrival of JSF, Facelets are the default see format. They utilize XML to insert parts into standard HTML pages (.xhtml expansion). This further streamlines the hybrid amongst craftsmanship and science.
Java Server Faces runs without difficulty on Apache Tomcat. JSF is supported on all of our hosting plans.
All things considered, a servlet compartment, for example, Tomcat does not send with the JavaEE parts required for Java Server Faces. If it's not too much trouble utilize the accompanying guidelines to send your JSF application on our servers. The beneath is for JSF 2 (the prior discharges have been belittled)
On the off chance that you just need to utilize JSF oversaw beans (no CDI, and so on.):
Open the distribution and copy jsf-api.jar and jsf-impl.jar into the WEB-INF/lib directory of your web application. (If you want the jars from
version 2.03, current as of August 1, 2010, we have them available here.
Make sure that you have a beans.xml file in WEB-INF (it can be empty).
Make sure that you have a faces-config.xml file in WEB-INF (a minimum requirements version is here.)
Add the following to your web.xml:
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