[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Seam performance vs plain JSF
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Thu Dec 6 17:56:05 EST 2007
"svadu" wrote : I wouldn't be surprised if you don't get very high performance using microcontainer because you're not using full JEE capabilities of application server.
I really don't see how MC would explain performance gain between plain jsf and seam. But I've never used MC. Could you explain MC benefits for my use case ?
"svadu" wrote : Was the JSF (without Seam) application a 'full' equivalent of a Seam application?
Yes, I've just removed Seam from the spring sample which is included in Seam 2.0.0 GA distribution.
"svadu" wrote : I don't have hard numbers but in my case I had performance improved (didn't need to measure to see improvement) a lot mostly due to moving lot's of stuff from request (session scope was not acceptable) scope (JSF application) to conversation scope which reduced amount of database trips a lot.
I fully agree that it would increase my performance if I was using session replication in db. But since I'm not using session replication and I don't have session size problems, i don't see the benefits.
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