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Tom Marrs
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Javid and Peter,
Are you covering Seam in your book? How does Seam fit in with a JavaEE architecture? Is Seam mature enough to start using for real-world development?

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We had one chapter on Seam, but it was cut when we had to drastically reduce the page count. But there are now many good books available on Seam (as opposed to the situation 2 years ago when we started and there was nothing) Seam in Action (published by Manning) just went to the printer and should hit the store shelves soon (I reviewed the final copy, good stuff).


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Tina Ma
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What is this Seam? Is it like a plug in for this application server? What other plug ins does it have?


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Seam is an application framework. Initially, it was meant to unify the JavaServer Faces and Java Persistence API models, but has grown beyond that initial concept. seam home page
Nikos Pougounias
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Dan Allen, the author of Seam in Action will visit the saloon at around 5 of August. It's just enough time to get acquainted with Seam, so we can ask for some good advice.


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I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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