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sending an email from a EJB

 
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Has anyone any good links/tutorials on how to send emails from an enterprise java bean?
 
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Sending an email from an EJB is no different from anywhere else. I suggest you start by taking a look at the JavaMail API, by searching the Java website or Google.
 
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so i just write a class that is queried by the EJB? I have seen examples wherby they have made email sending beans. Is this necessary?
 
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If your EJB needs to send an email, have it delegate the task to a POJO.
Why ?? POJO's are a lot easier to test and not so heavyweight.
In fact, it's best to do as little as possible in an EJB, IMO.
 
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