I've worked through the examples and see that the far majority of the examples are using @Stateless Session EJB's. I understand that Seam should work with POJO's as well, but I'm having difficulty getting Seam 2.0 Remoting to work on a POJO Action. It looks like the only way I can get it working is like the example and using a SessionEJB.
Can Seam 2.0 Remoting be used with a POJO Action? Can you offer any advice on how to change the example HelloAction so it works without the @Stateless annotation and without the interface having the @Local annotation? ie: no ejb