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Just wondering

Question asked by rdanner on Jan 29, 2006
Latest reply on Jan 31, 2006 by rdanner
I was digging around in the UI components this evening and i browsed passed some HTML code in the component classes.

In the faces components I have developed I have worked hard to keep things like HTML isolated to the Renderers.

Is there a good reason for the component classes to make assumptions about how they are rendered (ie getting a hold of a response writter and outputting HTML tags)?

Doesnt this kind of defeat one of the major points of JSF which is plug in support for different view technology?

Anyway I just browsed passed some code and havent made a real investigation about what I seem to be posting on.  Please take my question as a general question on JSF approach rather then some kind of critique.