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simple example using seam

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can anyone give simple example using seam
it would make it clear about the benefits of SEAM
why do we need seam after all???
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You can find some tutorials on the JBoss site. One of them being this: Tutorial

I havent started using SEAM yet, but this is what i could find from the JBoss site about SEAM

10 good reasons to use SEAM

And this is the home page where you can find related stuff
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The main purpose of Seam is, I think, to integrate JSF and EJB3.0.
With Seam, you do not need backing beans with JSF pages. The JSF page talks directly to the Session beans.
Also, Seam provides easier ways to setup (JAAS based) security, state management, etc.

You can download Seam from
the download includes number of ready-to-run sample applications (source codes + build.xml's) and documentations including a 270 page easy-to-follow PDF documentation.
The sample applications can be run by following steps:
1. run JBoss 4.x
2. run ant in the sample app's dir
3. point your web browser to the url (e.g., http://localhost:8080/hello1)
(see for more.)

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