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S. M. Sabbir
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I am going to work with seam within a very few days.
I have just an abstract idea about JSF and JPA.

What will be my best book to learn Seam??

I have worked previously in Spring, Tapestry and hibernate.

Please suggest me.
 
Christophe Verré
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In a few days ?? Good luck ! Seam is huge. I enjoyed both "Seam Framework: Experience the Evolution of Java EE" and "Seam in Action". Either one will help you get started.
 
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I suggest to check the official Seam documentation, it is pretty good and up to date.
 
S. M. Sabbir
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thank you.
Do you think I need to concentrate on JSF and JPA before Seam?? Because I didn't work on them before.
 
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Personally, I like to know the core stuff before looking to the higher abstractions.
If I were you, I will take a crash course for JSF/JPA.
Some people try to learn multiple things simultaneously (learning Ruby while learning Rails), this approach doesn't fit my mind.
 
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