1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 6, 2008 5:41 AM by Thomas Gerhards

    Seam evaluation

    René Samselnig Newbie

      Hi people,

      currently I'm evaluating Seam as the future framework in our company. I already found a lot of information but still there is some missing. I hope you can help me out answering these questions.


      • What experience do you have regarding performance of Seam applications?
      • Is there a way to cluster Seam applications?
      • Does Seam use any proprietary, non-standard technologies?
      • How does Seam care about session hijacking or sql injection?
      • Is there an easy way to implement SSO?
      • Can I integrate Seam applications into any content management systems?

        If you have an answer to any of these questions don't hesitate to ignore the others - any input is welcome!

        Thanks in advance,
        Rene


        • 1. Re: Seam evaluation
          Thomas Gerhards Newbie

          I just went into prod with a new Seam app.

          What experience do you have regarding performance of Seam applications?
          They seem to be very fast. Seam makes the connection of JSF and EJB simplier and does not seem to add overhead here.

          Is there a way to cluster Seam applications?
          Just as easy or hard as normal EJB apps I believe.

          Does Seam use any proprietary, non-standard technologies?
          Seam itself or at least a subset will probably become a standard (Web-Beans) one day but until then itself is not a standard. They also recommend Facelets (not a standard) instead of JSP (standard).