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Joshua Smith
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Raghu Kodali and Jonathan Wetherbee-

Do you have anything in your book that talks about possible integration points between the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) and EJB 3?

Also, how about comparisons between EJB 3 and technologies that are often seen as "competitors" like Spring?

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Raghu Kodali
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Joshua,
The integration point that we have discussed between EJB tier and Web tier in the book uses JavaServer Faces (JSF). We didn't talk about GWT in the book.

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Is it readable for anybody who has no knowledge about JSF, or do you assume that the reader already grasps JSF's concepts ?
 
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The book shouln't be considered as a learing tool for JSF. JSF is a separate topic by itself. What we have focussed is on how you leverage both of these technologies (EJB 3 and JSF) to build Java EE 5 applications.

The chapter does go into some detail of JSF and web technologies history, but it assumes you have some level of faimiliarity with Web technolgies.

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Thank you Raghu.

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It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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