2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 16, 2010 3:50 AM by Hui Onn Tan

    IoC in Seam

    Yasser Hawari Newbie

      i have an existing seam project. We - existing seam users - cannot use Weld cuz they can't be mixed. if I use spring now, it will get quite complicated when i upgrade to Seam 3 as it has weld in its core.


      can someone advice me on what direction to take?. what do u think about Guice?, will it do the trick till we get weld in our seam apps ?


      this is a temp problem which will be solved as soon as seam 3 goes production. but to be honest, i think it will take time.


      ur feedback is highly appreciated.
      regards,

        • 1. Re: IoC in Seam
          Leo van den berg Master

          Hi,


          I've seen this kind of questions numerous times and the answer is not that simple. From a technological point or view we want the latest,the hottest bleeding edge technology, because the old stuff is already boring and the new stuff has those very nice new features which you love to use. However from an economical point of view it's better to stick to exsiting knwoledge and experience, because you're basically taking a risk with the new stuff.


          Although Seam 3 has my full aatention, I am not yet using it for production environments. We use Seam 2 because of its stability and rich set of thoroughly tested features. We are - luckily - in a small markt sector with low demands so for us there is no need to use the latest stuff available.


          So in short, see what the market and your company needs and adapt your technological choice to it and NOT the other way around.


          Leo

          • 2. Re: IoC in Seam
            Hui Onn Tan Newbie

            Seam is a bijection framework. Why do you still need a IoC framework? May I know what kind of use cases require another IoC framework like spring or guice?