- J2EE Clients
- Types of J2EE Clients
- Servicing Stand-alone Java Client Applications
- Servicing EJB Clients from Other J2EE/EJB Servers
- Servicing CORBA clients from CORBA Object Request Brokers
- Servicing Legacy System Clients (ERP/CRM/Mainframes)
- Servicing JMS Clients
- Servicing Windows/.Net Clients
- Servicing Web service client
- Servicing Clients from Other Environments
Servicing JMS Clients
JMS clients are other applications and components that access J2EE services through one or more JMS-supported messaging systems such as IBM MQ series. Because the need for closer interactions with messaging systems was high within the J2EE realm, a new type of EJBs called message driven beans was introduced.
Message driven beans enable synchronous as well as asynchronous interactions with the JMS-based messaging systems, and can be effectively used to access business logic components inside a given EJB container from other messaging applications.