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It's not clear at all what the context of your question is, but if you are talking about file types, .jspx is by convention, a JSP/XML representation, whereas .jsf is by convention a facelets representation. Neither is "more compatible," but Facelets is the recommended way forward, as long as you are on 11.1.2 or later.
jsf would be more compatible file in ADF as jsf can show more regions in one page!!
That is more a question of which version you use. 11.1.2.x uses .jsf as default (for Faclets) where as 11.1.1.x uses .jspx
I'm using .jsf fro apps build for 11.1.2 ...
sry for the interruption!!
we had planned to create a project What we are doin is
=> We have an jspx page with an tree as given below
=>We had created an jsff for employees,Countries,Locations
=>When the user clicks employees that particular jsff would been shown!!
Is it the best approach? for jdeveloper126.96.36.199 The navigation is done by ADF Task Flow
If not then how can we acheive this!!!
I fail to see any connection to the original post. Please open your own thread with our question.
as you instucted i would open the new thread for my questions!!
hi john , thankz for ur reply .. im using jdev 11.1.2 and i prefer jsf.But sometimes jspx gives more performance ..thats why asked the ques..
But sometimes jspx gives more performance ..thats why asked the ques..
You are the first one claiming this. Usually Facelets is considered to be of better performance because it is tighter integrated with the JSf lifcycle and doesn't need to be compiled before running it. Anyway, to lift the FUD
1. JSPX documents and Facelets are bot supported with JDeveloper 11g R2 and we do support them equallly in functionality (very little differences exist on both sides)
2. JSPX documents are the only choice in JDeveloper 11g R1
3. The future speaks Facelets (according to the JSF specification) and if you starting a new development project with JDeveloper 11g R2 then we recommend you use Facelets because of this
4. If you are on JDeveloper 11gR1, don't panic, you are good to go and we make sure your applications upgrade nicely to 11g R2 and 12c (later)
5. We plan on providing a JSPX to Facelets migration in JDeveloper. Until then, JSPX are a first class citizen as Facelets is too
6. When you are on JDeveloper 11gR1, don't wait for 12c if you need to start a development project.
thankz for valuable information...