Seam Refresh

Posted by dba477 on Jul 9, 2007 8:16 PM EDT; By Brian Leonard
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It's been over a year since I first wrote about Seam and enough has changed over that time to provide a refresh of the entry. Last month JBoss released version 4.2 of its application server, a release JBoss refers to as a "stepping stone from JBoss 4.0 to JBoss 5.0".

One notable difference with JBoss 4.2 is that is now uses the JSF Reference Implementation from GlassFish rather than the Apache MyFaces implementation, which makes porting an application between the 2 servers all the more straight-forward. To introduce Seam, I use the same Registration application that JBoss uses in their Seam tutorial. I take a different approach, however, in that my version of the Registration application is pure Java EE 5 (no Seam), and then I walk you step-by-step through the changes necessary to configure the application to use the Seam framework.

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