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For future reference you might want to post these type of questions on the JDeveloper forum which is a bit more active:
JDeveloper and ADF
In any case - facelets is just a JSF implemantation and a templating mechanism.
ADF Faces is a set of JSF components that can run on either the RI or the Facelets implementations of JSF.
What ADF Faces gives you is over a 150 components that you can use to create your forms - those components have built in Ajax functionality.
When you choose to use facelets - you'll still need to choose a set of JSF components - and those can be the ADF Faces components.
The one area where Facelets and ADF Faces both have solutions for is templating for JSF - you can use either of them.
The question is why do you think you'll loose flexibility when using ADF Faces vs Facelets?
Step 1: Run page1.jspx
Step 2: from page1, link to page2.jspx
Step 3: in page2, show pop-up popup.jspx
Step 4: close pop-up
Step 5: in page 2, click go Back of IE 6 or IE 7
don’t back page 1 , why ?
Step 6: in page 2, click go Back of IE
go to page1.jspx
How is this related to this thread? Please start a new thread and give more information on the versions you are using and the code in your pages if you want to get a reply.