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Seam after WebBeans

Hussein Baghdadi
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Hey,
Seam is the driving force behind the WebBeans specifications.
Once WebBeans specification is out, how this could effects Seam?
(Yes, Seam isn't going any where, it is a deep integration framework)
Thanks.
Dan Allen
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Joined: Mar 05, 2003
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We just had a meeting about this. First and foremost, WebBeans is just one of the ideas from Seam. It is about the contextual management of objects (objects that are bound to a scope) and dependency injection. Likely, Seam 3 will support both models, but the named-based injections will likely be the second choice, with type-safe injections provided by WebBeans the primary choice. However, bijection will not be removed anytime soon (because Seam is about options). What you are going to get is a hybrid framework.


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