Friday, May 4, 2007

JSF with JBoss Seam

clipped from

Seamless JSF, Part 2: Conversations with Seam

Use Seam to build a stateful CRUD application

Developing a stateful CRUD application is a breeze with
Seam on the job. In this second article in his Seamless JSF series, Dan Allen shows you how to use Java™Server
Faces (JSF) and Seam to develop the create, read, update, and delete use cases for a Web-based
golf course directory. Along the way, he highlights a couple of Seam's
enhancements to the JSF life cycle -- namely the conversation scope and
configuration through custom Java 5 annotations -- and explains how they can
reduce server load and trim your development time.