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JavaServer Faces by Hans Bergsten

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Chapter 9. Controlling Navigation

In this book’s sample application, all main functionality is handled through a single screen, but that’s not always the case, of course. Moving between screens in a web application based on user actions is a common requirement. In this chapter, we look at how JSF supports moving between screens implemented as JSF views as well as moving to screens implemented with other web page technology, such as pure HTML pages, or responses generated by regular servlets or a plain JSP pages without JSF components.

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