2. Seam Hello World
The most basic and widely used functionality of JBoss Seam is to be the glue between EJB3 and JSF. Seam allows seamless (no pun intended!) integration between the two frameworks through managed components. It extends the EJB3 annotated Plain Old Java Objects (POJO) programming model to the entire web application. There’s no more artificially required JNDI lookup, verbose JSF backing bean declaration, excessive facade business methods, or painstakingly passing objects between tiers.
Continue to Use Java EE Patterns in Seam
In traditional Java EE applications, some design patterns, such as JNDI lookup, XML declaration of components, value objects, and business facade, are mandatory. Seam eliminates those artificial requirements ...