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JBoss and Seam

 
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Whenever I hear about Seam, I hear it along with JBoss. Will Seam work only with JBoss? Will it work with JEE 5 on Websphere Application Server?

Also, should I care about Seam, if I don't want JSF? Is Seam comparable to Spring?

In a layer like

Spring MVC -- Sprint ---Hibernate

will the Seam equivalent be:

JSF -- Seam -- EJB3?




 
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Read this

https://coderanch.com/t/438896/JBoss/Seam-non-JBoss-servers

read this

https://coderanch.com/t/438651/JBoss/Using-Dojo-with-Seam-Framework

and finally start from here to know more about Seam

http://seamframework.org/
 
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Okay, I am biased here. I think Spring + Hibernate = EJB3. Seam is something different. It provides a stateful context that makes integration between the stateless web tier and stateful service layer a lot easier.
 
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I think Seam is really useful if you use it with JSF and EJB3
 
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