0 Replies Latest reply on Aug 11, 2011 12:11 PM by eduterio1

    Usage of Seam outside a Web Context


      Is it possible to use Seam in a back-end application with now web interface (for dependency injection, transactionality, security, etc)? For example, an EJB application that communicates with other systems only through EJB remote calls or MDBs (thus there doesn't exist a session or request).
      If not, why?
      If yes, does it make sense? any guidance or resource to follow learning?

      Thank you very much!