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Inside this Book – It was in this same quarter that Craig McClanahan took over as spec lead, father of Struts and architect of Tomcat’s Servlet container, took over. Not long after the discussion about using JSP started, a discussion, perhaps unbeknownst to the team at the time, that would, unfortunately, have a rather negative impact on JSF later on. Around the end of the year 2002, Ed Burns, who like McClanahan had also worked on Tomcat before, joined the team as co-spec lead. Burns is the person who would eventually become the main spec lead of JSF for well over a decade.
Inside this book –The Definitive Guide to JSF in Java PDF Book by Bauke Scholtz – While the team continued to work on things like the aforementioned managed beans and the so-called value binding, which is the Java representation of the also aforementioned expression language binding, the first dark cloud appeared when in the spring of 2003 team member Hans Bergsten realized that there were very real and major issues with using JSP as the templating language for JSF. He brought these concerns to the team, but ultimately they weren’t addressed and instead the following months were spent, among other things, on a variant of the value binding; it later on became clear that the method binding and the state saving mechanism were another of JSF’s less than ideal implementations.
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