Hi Bill,

Thanks for this. I could do something similar with Velocity, but what I was 
really looking for is something like SeamRest (essentially an equivalent of 
Jersey MVC).

I’m assuming from your response that the SeamRest to RESTEasy migration never 
happened (or wasn’t agreed?…).  Do you think there would be interest in 
providing equivalent capability in a RESTEasy module (resteasy-mvc)?

…or are these sorts of requirements generally handled by SpringMVC in the 
Resteasy ecosphere (and hence there is largely a null requirement)?

Thanks

Paul

On 7 Nov 2013, at 19:22, Bill Burke <bbu...@redhat.com> wrote:

> We've been using Freemarker + Resteasy in one of the projects I'm 
> working on, but not sure the level of integration you could do with it. 
>  Right now we just generate a string using Freemarker and send that in 
> the JAX-RS response.
> 
> On 11/7/2013 1:12 PM, Paul K Moore wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> 
>> First post here, so please feel free to redirect if appropriate.
>> 
>> I’m in the process of moving from Glassfish to WildFly (following
>> Oracle’s recent announcement!) and am trying to understand the level of
>> support for templating engines.
>> 
>> I found SeamRest <http://www.seamframework.org/Seam3/RESTModuleHome>,
>> which looked interesting, but apparently development of SeamRest has
>> been halted.  It wasn’t obvious whether this was a recent event, but the
>> GitHub repo indicates a degree of staleness (2 years).
>> 
>> The SeamFramework <http://www.seamframework.org/> home page indicates
>> that (whilst many projects are moving to DeltaSpike) SeamRest is / will
>> be integrated with RESTEasy.
>> 
>> The RESTEasy documentation is somewhat silent on the issue of
>> “templating”, and certainly there’s no mention of Velocity / Freemarker etc.
>> 
>> I’ve also had a cursory look through the RESTEasy Jira, but couldn’t
>> find anything that looked like a placeholder for the migration effort
>> from Seam.
>> 
>> So, I’m confused!  Where should I be looking for templating support in
>> the WildFly ecosystem?  If it’s aspirational for RESTEasy, are there any
>> current plans / timelines?  Is there somewhere else I should be looking?
>> 
>> Thanks in advance
>> 
>> Paul
>> 
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