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Message Driven Bean and JMS

Raj Jindal
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what is the difference between Message Driven Bean (MDB)and JMS. Is MDB a replacement for JMS.
Lasse Koskela
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Message driven beans are a way to integrate a JMS provider into your J2EE application. You could say that MDB is a replacement for JMS client code in J2EE applications, but JMS (or some vendor-specific API) is still needed for putting messages into the MOM system.


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