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Yes, JBT has such features.
If you enabled Seam support (Project->Properties->Seam Settings) for your project then just use Ctrl+Click on EL to open corresponding Session bean.
And you have to add JSF capabilities (right click on a project->Configure->Add JSF capabilities) then Ctrl+Click will work for plain managed beans too.
If you created the project via New Seam Web Project wizard then your project already has Seam and JSF support enabled.
I used Ctrl+Click on EL to open corresponding Session bean source. However, that source code is not editable. I want to go directly to the real source code of the backing bean POJO/SFSB to edit it right away. Is this possible?
When you Ctrl+Click on an EL then JBT just open Java Editor for corresponding bean. If the class is not editable there it means this class is binar (from jar or *.class file). For examle try to open java.lang.String. You can't edit this class because it is from jar. But if a class from source folder within the project then Java Editor allows to edit it.