Can I get a couple sets of JSF eyes to take a look at
I don't think we can claim to provide a solution for securing JSF
pages the way things are currently behaving.
Silently failing is never (rarely?) a good idea when it comes to security.
As I use them in Social, I'm in charge to demonstrate the usefulness of Solder Generic Bean for Delta Spike to keep them. I was wondering if someone else used these in other modules. If you did, could you give me information about the use case that Generic helped to solve ?
Thanks a lot,
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CDI created the possibility to reach any bean in the container from a JSF
view, encouraging a closer approach between ejb and jsf (or any cdi bean
and jsf), which can potentially lead to a simpler application design. I
think that is great!
However, I'm observing that this new programming model has been
experimenting user resistance. The "traditional" way of doing things, using
a "ViewBean" accessing a Stateless Service seems to be the
What do you think about this? I'd like to discuss best practices around it
as I see it's on the core of almost every web application design.
Hi module leads,
I'll shortly be starting on the Seam 3.1 announcement, and to describe
what's changed between 3.0 and 3.1 I'd like to include a short paragraph
on each of the modules. This is totally voluntary, but if your module
has some cool new features that have been added for the 3.1 release
could you please send me a short description of what's new. For brand
new modules, could you please send me a paragraph describing what your
module does and which problems it will solve/features it will provide
for Seam users.
Sorry everyone for last week, my reminder didn't change for DST here so it
was an hour off. I have things set correctly now. Let's go with the same
agenda as last time.
- 3.1.0.Final (10 minutes)
- Topics from the community (TBD)
- DeltaSpike and Seam 3 relationship (remainder)
- Apache ICLA and wiki registration
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Could you please let me know if any of the following examples should be
included in the Seam distribution (identified in this issue:
jms-statuswatcher (two known issues exist for this example, SEAMJMS-49
I need to know about these ASAP, as the 3.1 final release is due next week.