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

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Summary

In this chapter we covered how to develop messaging applications using the JMS API with NetBeans. We talked about how to configure the application server by adding JMS resources directly from NetBeans. We also covered how NetBeans can generate most of the code necessary to send a JMS message, leaving the application developers to simply "fill in the blanks", and write only the business logic part that is specific to our application. Similarly, we covered how NetBeans can generate most of the code necessary to receive a JMS message from a Message Driven Bean, again leaving only the business logic part of our application to be written by hand.

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