- @Service EJBs Singleton EJBs that can hold stand and are multi threaded. As was as being able to publish traditional @Local/@Remote interfaces, they can also publish JMX @Management interfaces and hook into JBoss lifecycle and dependency injection.
- Message Driven POJOs These are Message Driven Beans with a typed producer and consumer interfaces. Work with JMS through regular business method calls
- Lightweight Asynchronous EJBs Any EJB reference can be transformed into an asynchronous proxy where you can invoke on methods and receive responses asynchronously. No changes to bean class or bean interfaces required.
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