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which framework; struts, spring, jsf

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hi,

i need your guidance about java web-application development framework. until now i have used jsp and servlet in my web-based applications. Anymore i would like to use one framework but i could not make a decision which one i should use; struts, spring or jsf. what are advantages and disadvantage of them compared with others? which one do you prefer and why?

and also document (free ones prefered :-))

thanks in advance...
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