Yes, I get the same Incomplete Deployment listing on all servers, except the first I start, no matter which of all is. I don't want JMS being clustered, I want it standalone for each server. The DefaultDS uses a local mysql in each server. I have two more datasources which they point to two different mysql databases in two different machines. That is, I have three (in the future they will be more) servers with one instance of jboss and a local mysql, and two servers with a mysql database each one, which must be accesed by all of the jboss servers. In each AS there are two homemade apps, one clustered deployed in the farm directory, and other which uses jms, and is deployed in the deploy directory, and thus, not clustered.
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I do love the idea of the PDF templating using facelets in Seam for doing up quick documents and e-mails -- but the idea of adding Excel support then leads to the plethora of other output formats that you can think of.. and does all that fluff (and re-inventing of the wheel) really belong in Seam?
I think most people who need a large variety of output formats will settle on a more full-featured reporting framework anyway. So rather than putting Excel support into Seam, I think tools for integrating JasperReports or BIRT with Seam JSF pages would be much more helpful. Especially for customers who already may have a significant investment in jasper reports and want to now render them via a Seam web app?
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