I found the performance of JSF in the MyFaces implementation from Apache quite fine, but we did not do a large scale performance analysis as this is not currently running with a large number of concurrent users.
Additionally the JSF AJAX stuff seems very easy to get up and running
when you have a JSF application already.
Can you comment on the performance of JSF?
Have you tried the NetBeans Visual Web Pack, which builds on it and adds to it?We are an Eclipse shop so I have briefly looked at Netbeans but at that time we did not have the need for that. We have a very plain design and I carefully and loving handcraft the code, so using GUI-stuff is not yet.
Is anybody using this on the '400? or on another web server using the '400 as a data store?We are getting into letting the AS/400 do some of the heavy lifting in web applications based on Jetty and Tomcat with Resin waiting on the side. We are standardizing on executable jar-files and have learned that everything deployed to the AS/400 must be unpacked before hand to allow the JVM to cache work done.
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