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When to prefer JBoss Seam framework over other integration frameworks...

 
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Can an advanced user of seam framework tell me what are the advantages of using seam. Basically i want to know why should one opt for Seam framework. I know it complements JSF pretty well, but in what ways... e.g. one thing i noticed is that it gives an extended EL syntax than what basic JSF gives... what else?? also it allows you to use your EJB as a backing bean... but is that a good thing? it blurs the design paradigm a bit... isnt it so... i mean calling ejb directly from view...doesnt sound good.. so in a nutshell i would like to understand when exactly to use Seam framework...?
 
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