1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 7, 2007 4:51 AM by Pete Muir

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    Nicklas Karlsson Master

      Somewhat off-topic-rant but surely something seam-users suffers of also:

      Does anyone know if there is a revision coming to the EJB3 specs that would remove the use of home interfaces for session beans?

      I find it strange that just by annotating a POJO you can turn it into an EJB but it can't just make an educated guess and extract the public methods (if it really is needed) if you haven't defined a home interface.

      It would make Seam application much leaner also. Now there is always the "Look! Only 10 classes (plus 5 home interfaces, of course)"