4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 31, 2010 9:07 PM by Nikolay Elenkov

    some question from seam newbie

    Malek Tarboush Newbie

      Hello
      I'm new to seam i have an experience in Richfaces and Facelets
      as seam 3 is out but there is no book talk about it even a references
      i found a good books for seam 2
      and i will start reading Seam 2.x Web Development from Packt Publishing
      so my question is
      do i have to wait a book for seam 3 ?
      or if i study seam 2
      can i move to seam 3 easly?


      and one more question
      any one read this book Seam 2.x Web Development ?
      i found it good as in the last chapters talk about integrating seam in
      Richfaces and facelets


      thankx


        • 1. Re: some question from seam newbie
          Malek Tarboush Newbie

          OMG
          is it possible that no one can answer these questions ???


          if any one can answer so please show up


          i read the book and i really liked it
          i loved the seam security section
          and i just have a question about it


          as i can assign my secure pages in pages.xml
          can't i assign a role for specific page??


          or i have to do it manually by hiding the buttons and links
          for example (for my admin pages )?



          thankx

          • 2. Re: some question from seam newbie
            Nikolay Elenkov Master

            Malek Tarboush wrote on Oct 28, 2010 20:13:


            OMG
            is it possible that no one can answer these questions ???


            What exactly do you expect??? Answers within minutes? No one
            does that for free, so get used to it. Your questions are not
            technical, so less people can answer you than usual.


            Read any book you want, your Seam 2 knowledge might be useful,
            but Seam 3 is based on CDI and is/will be quite different. If
            you want to learn, don't wait for a book, read forums, blogs, examples,
            and more than anything, code.


            Create a new post for every questions and title it accordingly
            if you want people to read it and maybe answer it if they
            have the time. And, use proper punctuation and cut on the multiple
            question marks, if you want to get your point across. This is not
            Facebook.


            HTH






            • 3. Re: some question from seam newbie
              Malek Tarboush Newbie

              I'm not expecting answers in a minutes nor in a days
              i just was wondering. its not a crime !!



              No one does that for free

              i think that why this forum exist. to help ppl specially the newcomer
              if you dont want to answer for free im not forcing you to do this
              you could ignore my post not judge me


              anyway but Seam 3 is based on CDI and is will be quite different
              this is what im looking for
              thank you for your answer i appreciate it


              i will try look for my security question or i will have to post another thread









              • 4. Re: some question from seam newbie
                Nikolay Elenkov Master

                Malek Tarboush wrote on Oct 29, 2010 07:59:


                I'm not expecting answers in a minutes nor in a days
                i just was wondering. its not a crime !!


                Maybe not a crime, but bumping your post, and saying stuff like 'OMG why didn't I get an answer???'
                is bad manners and a sure way to get your post ignored.



                No one does that for free

                i think that why this forum exist. to help ppl specially the newcomer
                if you dont want to answer for free im not forcing you to do this
                you could ignore my post not judge me


                You still don't get it -- people answer questions for free in forums,
                but no one does so on a deadline or SLA. You get an answer if and when you get one. I don't have a problem with answering questions for free, otherwise I wouldn't be posting here. I'm not judging you either, I am trying to help -- if you want answers, mind your netiquette.
                Go read this and come again:


                How To Ask Questions The Smart Way


                PS. Use the shift key and punctuation marks for best results.