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Jboss Seam deployment on other Application Servers

 
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This question is to the authors, I know that Seam can be "tweaked" to run on other Application Servers. But I have been skeptical to try this because they consist on a lot of Steps, Is there going to be a time when i can just have Different ant build files that can be used to deploy on different Application servers as we currently have for just Jboss Application Server
 
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Seam will run on application servers like GlassFish, Weblogic with ease.. Infact i found it more difficult to deploy my Maven based SEAM project on JBoss (the reason being JBoss ships with its own Hibernate implementation version in lib folder and i had to do some clean up).


 
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Is there going to be a time when i can just have Different ant build files that can be used to deploy on different Application servers as we currently have for just Jboss Application Server



Actually, you could accomplish this right now by taking a look at the jpa example that ships with Seam. With a single Ant build, it can create an archive deployable to: Glassfish, JBoss, Tomcat, and Websphere

I'm actually quite a Maven fan, so I've done this in the past through the use of profiles. You can swap provided vs. run-time dependencies based on the profile specified.
 
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