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UIX pages built in XML will, generally speaking, be much easier to migrate to the coming versions of JSF-based UIX, as the roadmap suggests.
With UIX JSP documents, we may be able to upgrade some subsets of documents automatically, but in all honesty the story isn't nearly as clear. JSPs let you write very free-form and unstructured code, which is often handy, but makes migration of arbitrary documents a much harder problem.
Hope this helps.
Thanks, Adam, for this and all your answers today.
It's looking to me now like UIX might be the best way for us to get a jump-start on JSF. If we go with UIX, you'll translate the pages to JSF for us, but if we go with JSP, we'll have to migrate the pages to JSF ourselves.