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Java EE 6 Platform Draft Published featuring the Web Profile

by Dio Synodinos Follow 3 Followers on  Jan 30, 2009 1

The public draft of the Java EE 6 Platform specification has been published and will remain open for public review and feedback until the 23rd of Feb, 2009. Maybe the most notable part of this delayed draft is the Web Profile, which is first profile in the history of the Java EE platform.

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Web Beans (JSR-299): Q&A with Specification Lead Gavin King

by Charles Humble Follow 800 Followers on  Jan 07, 2009

An ambitious and key part of Java EE 6, the Web Beans specification spans JSF/EJB integration, context management, dependency injection and AOP. The specification is currently in public review and the review period has been extended into 2009. An Alpha build is also available. InfoQ talks to Gavin King to find out more about the state of play of the specification and progress to date.

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JBoss SEAM 1.0: rethinking web application architecture

by Floyd Marinescu Follow 32 Followers on  Jun 13, 2006 4

JBoss SEAM 1.0 was released today; SEAM extends the POJO + annotation-driven and configuration-by-exception programming model of EJB 3.0 into the entire web app stack, while unifying JSF, EJB, AJAX, and business process management (jBPM) into one tightly-integrated framework. InfoQ spoke to Gavin King and got some more background on SEAM and it's 1.0 release today.

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Web Beans JSR 299 approved by JCP for further development

by Floyd Marinescu Follow 32 Followers on  Jun 07, 2006 1

The new Web Beans JSR 299 has been unanimously approved by the JCP executive committee for further development. Web Beans aims to integrate EJB 3 session and entity beans to be used as JSF managed beans eliminating the dual layers of web actions and EJB's common in web apps. Web Beans also defines constructs for state and workflow in the web tier.

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Web Beans submitted to JCP, aims to unify EJB and web tier

by Floyd Marinescu Follow 32 Followers on  May 18, 2006

JBoss has submitted "Web Beans" to the JCP, with support from Oracle, Sun, Borland, and Google. Web Beans aims to enable EJB 3 session and entity beans to be used as JSF managed beans (known as actions in other frameworks) eliminating the dual layers of web actions and EJB's common in web apps. Gavin King will be the spec lead.

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