*.seam is resolved by the Faces Servlet. Then Facelets is looking for a view with suffix javax.faces.DEFAULT_SUFFIX (.xhtml).
hiturl directly unless you exactly specify an onpageload action.
Thanks. So is it possible to
hita seam session EJB bean using a browser URL ?
What he was referring to was most likely a JSF EL call like such:
in a a4j:support tag perhaps.
or using Seam Remoting JS function to call a EJB method exposed using @WebRemote.
or maybe it's possible to configure this in the pages.xml??
In what use case would you need to hit an EJB method on a GET request from URL directly?
Typically, a EJB method execution, whether it's a SFSB or SLSB, is a result of a UI use case execution (e.g. enter fields in a form, click submit, etc.)