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Java EE 6 Development with NetBeans 7 by David R. Heffelfinger

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Creating the project and JMS resources

We will be creating a new Enterprise Application project for our example.

Creating the project and JMS resources

In our example, we will be adding an EJB module and an Application Client module.

Note

Any type of Java EE module can be a JMS message producer and/or consumer by simply invoking methods from the JMS API, we chose to create an EJB module since later in the chapter we will be creating a Message Driven Bean (MDB), that is a type of EJB. We chose an application client since it is one of the simplest modules that can be added to an enterprise application, allowing us to focus on JMS code without having to worry about writing lots of extraneous ...

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