0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 28, 2007 8:10 AM by Daniel Kane

    JMS Subscription in Seam component

    Daniel Kane Novice

      Dear colleagues,

      I know that Seam Remoting allows to subscribe to JMS topic in Javascript code of the web-page.
      But for my task, it would be better to subscribe from within the back-end Java class of Seam component.

      Question 1 : is it good practice at all ?

      Question 2 : JMS message will affect some fields of the component . What is the best way to refresh mapped controls in web-page - AJAX timer , etc ?

      Thank you.