6 Replies Latest reply on Aug 4, 2008 6:28 PM by Kenny MacLeod

    Deploying without EJB3 or JBossWS

    Kenny MacLeod Newbie

      We have an existing application platform consisting of a stripped-down JBoss 4.2 configuration which, amongst other things, has had the EJB3 and JBossWS deployers removed, because we weren't using them, and they clash with some of our legacy applications.


      Now we'd like to start using Seam.  We were hoping to use Seam without resorting to EJB3, which is something the docs claim is perfectly possible.  However, out-of-the-box, Seam 2.0.2.SP1 will not deploy within the EJB3-less server, due to the ejb-jar.xml in the META-INF directory of the JAR file.


      Is this even practical?  Can the Seam runtime deploy and run without EJB3 present, if the Seam application itself makes no reference to EJB3?