2 Replies Latest reply on Aug 8, 2007 2:50 PM by neilac333

    Embeddable EJB3 Container on WebLogic 9.2: Too Good to be tr


      I've been studying Seam as I prepare to begin development of a JSF/Hibernate JPA solution to be deployed to WebLogic 9.2 in production. I have to admit being intrigued by the embeddable EJB3 container. It seems almost too good to be true. All the joys of EJB 3 without the need for a Java EE 5 app server?

      I've learned though to be wary of things that are too good to be true. Is there any reason why I shouldn't use this approach? All I can think of is the huge number of jars, but that seems a small price to pay for something so glorious.

      What other concerns are there? Scalability in production? Is the container only useful for testing and not production use? Anything else I should know?