I don't think Seam on Jetty is supported yet as the Embeddable JBoss is specifically built for Tomcat.
Yeah, but Seam2 does not require Embeddable JBoss. You can use resource-level transactions now.
So, while I've never tried to use Seam in Jetty, I don't see why it shouldn't work. Start from the hibernate or jpa example app.
Seam does not require Embeddable JBoss, but the poster wanted to use EJB 3.0.
Oh, missed that.
No, you would not get EJB3 on Jetty.