If your application uses Enterprise JavaBeans (EJBs), you may want to use a framework called Seam (from JBoss) so that your JSF pages will work with the EJBs more easily. For example, Seam will allow you to access EJBs in EL expressions, just like you access web beans. In addition, Seam also provides some nice features to speed up your JSF development. For example, it can generate pages to perform the CRUD (create, retrieve, update, and delete) operations for your business object class without you writing a single line of code. In this chapter, you’ll learn about such features.
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