IntelliJ IDEA 13.1.0 Web Help

Some features described here are available in Ultimate edition only.

Seam support in IntelliJ IDEA enables you to develop, run, debug and deploy applications using the facilities provided by this framework, by means of a dedicated Seam facet. Usually, Seam facet is used in modules in conjunction with the other facets required by the nature of your applications (for example, Web, EJB, JSF, Java EE, or Hibernate). Seam in IntelliJ IDEA make it easy to implement transactional models, Java Persistence API, JSF, and jPDL technologies.

Seam support involves:

  • Automatic detection of Seam components.
  • Detecting and visualizing Seam component dependencies.
  • Possibility to detect and download the missing libraries and archives.
  • Seam annotations.
  • Injected expression language.
  • Coding assistance (code completion, intention actions and quick fixes), which applies to the Seam annotations, components, navigation and pageflow definition files, and to injected expressions.
  • Navigation, search and refactoring.

Besides the above mentioned features, IntelliJ IDEA supports business processes and pageflows provided by Seam:

  • Possibility to define the page navigation rules, using the text editor, or the Navigations Graph.
  • Possibility to define jPDL pageflow, using the text editor, or the Designer.
Developing an application using jboss seam

Developing an application using Jboss Seam involves the following tasks:


In an application with Seam facet, you can:

See Also


External Links:

Web Resources: