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rich: and a4j: tags differences

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Hi,

I have not clearly understood the difference between

rich: and a4j: tags used in JSF richfaces. where we use which one and how. Any ideas, suggestions,  links, resources, sample code highlyappreciated. tahnsk in advance.
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they are diiferent tag libraries, but they have the same origin.
rich branched off a4j
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RichFaces
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