[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: seam cannot reference EJB, why?
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Tue May 15 16:57:03 EDT 2007
thanks for your enhancement. I love Seam but for me too it is a show stopper if it does not support the REMOTE feature (which includes the ability to deploy Seam components on different J2EE modules).
However I have some hope. Christian Bauer from the Seam team told me that the REMOTE feature will be out there in about 2-3 months.
On the other hand, JBSEAM-1269 "Support for remotely deployed EJBs" in JIRA has not been assigned yet. Gavin?..
I'm wondering if some of you (Seam programers) find the REMOTE feature as important as we do.
As you mentioned, Titou, the current Seam implementation goes against the J2EE modules architecture. But it goes also against the current use in the enterprise. In many company I've seen, the EJB containers are highly secured because it runs critical data and algorithms. The Web containers provide a public view for internet users and are placed in the DMZ. A firewall separate the Web and the EJB containers. In other companies there are many EJB containers placed on different machines with different life cycles and owned by different departments and placed on different locations. From the 25 projects in 10 companies I worked for, in Telco, Banks and Insurances, 80% use remote EJBs.
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