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From Chris Hane <>
Subject Trinidad PPR & Seam
Date Wed, 20 Dec 2006 06:24:38 GMT

I am using Seam for a project and am about to start incorporating a 
component framework like Trinidad into the project.  I particularly want 
to take advantage of the PPR/Ajax.

I have been reading the Seam forums and it looks like there was some 
glue code that needed to be written to get other libraries (e.g., 
ICEFaces) to work with the Seam.

Does anyone know if Trinidad needs similar integration work?

I'm asking because of a statement in this thread and was wondering if 
anyone else has looked at integrating the two from a Trinidad project 
point of view?

"For most libraries not much, but libraries that do Ajax need some 
added-on lifecycle stuff that sometimes conflicts with Seam's phase 
listeners. Once that stuff gets standardized in the next rev of JSF 
there will be no problem, but for now it generally means a little bit of 
work on both sides to fix any incompatibility. Seam 1.1 beta 2 is much 
more tolerant of Ajax libraries, in this respect."


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