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JSF 2 (JavaServer Faces) is the latest updated version of JSF. It is a technology which provides a component-based architecture for developing User Interface Components. It is a Java-based web application framework that intends to simplify development integration of web-based interfaces. This test is specially designed to check application, practical skills of a JSF 2 (JavaServer Faces) developer – as per Industry Standards. Our JSF 2 (JavaServer Faces) skill test is created and validated by Subject Matter Experts.
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Java Developer - JSF
Consider the following code:
userBean com.finance.UserBean request
How can we simplify the code above to create the Managed Bean: "UserBean"?
The main page must implement a button on the top of the page to finish and log out the system. Which of the following options implements this logout code in Managed Bean?
Which are the two main methods of the Converter interface?