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Seam helps establish a rich user experience by stretching the boundaries of a unit of work to cover a use case—a determinate interchange between the user and the application. In this excerpt from chapter 7 of Seam in Action, you learn how Seam’s conversation context gives multipage flows a formal representation in a web application by hosting a working set of data needed to support the interchange. The conversation is one of Seam’s crowning features because it provides this sorely needed stateful context, which is absent from the Java EE platform. This excerpt shows how the conversation is put to use to improve the user’s experience. Let’s start by taking a look at the value of a conversation.