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Is 'Jboss Seam' the right book for me

 
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I work in hibernate-Jboss. I am little new in this area and doing studies on JBOSS/EJB3/HIBERNATE. I would like to know if "JBoss Seam by Michael Juntao Yuan , Thomas Heute" would be a good book to understand the seam framework even when I am fairly new to this area.

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Are you building a Web application, with your JBoss and Hibernate app with EJB3? And need JSF to communicate with that, I'd say 100% get the book and it is right for you.

The Seam book helps you learn the Seam Framework. So it is for beginners and web experts to see how you use Seam.

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