1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 26, 2006 10:49 AM by Monkey Den

    Seam Time Out

    sateesh nagilla Newbie

      Hi, What is the seam time out period by default. how can we control it. Can you please explain me in/out in detail if any regarding this. Thanks

        • 1. Re: Seam Time Out
          Monkey Den Master

          Timeout for what? Session? Transactions? If session, it's configurable where it normally is (web.xml). If transactions, I'm pretty sure that it's also where you'd normally expect it to be ({db-type}-ds.xml), unless Seam has a unique reason to override this. I don't suspect so.

          In/Out and the HttpSession are related only in that the data members annotated by In/Out can implicitly participate in session scope (or any other scope). The fundamental difference between using these and using the "old way" is that you don't have to write all the tedious boilerplate to create EJBs or save/read components to/from any scope. 20-30% of the typical pre-ejb3, pre-seam application might be boilerplate, and that's using an MVC framework. Seam humbly does it for you.