An enterprise bean that is an asynchronous message consumer. A message-driven bean has no state for a specific client, but its instance variables can contain state across the handling of client messages, including an open database connection and an object reference to an EJB object. A client accesses a message-driven bean by sending messages to the destination for which the bean is a message listener.
a bean instance that can listen to messages from the JMS
a complete enterprise bean, just like a session or entity bean, but there are some important differences
a listener to JMS messages, responding when it detects a particular type of message
a message listener that can reliably consume messages from a queue or a durable subscription
an asynchronous bean activated by message delivery
an EJB component that can be considered as a JMS ( Java Message Service ) MessageListener, i
an EJB that acts as a message consumer in the WebLogic JMS messaging system
an enterprise bean that processes JMS messages
a new type of EJB component that can receive JMS messages
a new type of enterprise bean introduced in the latest EJB architecture
a stateless component that is invoked by the container as a result of the arrival of a JMS message
An EJB designed to handle asynchronous service invocations. It is invoked by a J2EE container when a JMS message arrives at the endpoint associated with the bean.