This isn't exactly stateless, the viewRoot needs still to be created every
request. The state just won't be saved anymore.
This can be done via UIViewRoot#setTransient(true) with MyFaces, too.

2013/2/22 Howard W. Smith, Jr. <>

> Mark Struberg, and to whom this may concern,
> Please see my questions[1] and respond here and/or there in PrimeFaces
> community forum.
> I'm no longer a Mojarra user, but somewhat of a birdie sent word in my
> email inbox this morning about Mojarra 2.1.19 having stateless JSF. So, I
> wanted to see what MyFaces developers/community has to say on the topic.
> Thanks,
> Howard
> [1]

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