There is no such thing like
Seam persistency, you directly use JPA or Hibernate with Seam (or if you want to suffer a bit choose another provider) In both cases you need to know how to configure the persistence provider. Seam adds some missing pieces which improves the stability/security of your application, The
automatic and uncontrollable update
problem was hopefully answered in your other thread.
- The Seam documentation is one of best of frameworks docs available,
- The Seam in action book is really a good complement to the doc,
- The Seam example directory in the distribution contains an impressive set for starters,
Especially the Seam in Action book is a must have and worth every penny (no relly , i don't receive a bonus from Dan Allen for every time I mention his book)
I already have the book. But it seems the author using detached objects in his golf course example in special the part where he describes the addCourse() part in the long running conversation.
Thx again for your answer.