Adam Warski

12 Oct 2007

Developing with Seam and without frequent redeploying


Seam in combination with JBoss Tools already has the features I wrote about some time ago (see here), unless, for example, you aren’t using Eclipse or you want to develop with Seam 2, which isn’t supported by JBoss Tools yet.

That’s why the Resources Filter might be handy here too; and with little modifications (and, in fact, simplifications) it now works with Seam. Here’s the information you’ll need to get it running:

The only configuration you need to do in Seam is that in components.xml, you need to set: <core:init debug="true"/>, which is the default if you generated your project with seam-gen.


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