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Prakash Krishnamurthy
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This is the question from the mock test for IBM 484. I am not sure about the answer.
As part of an incoming request, a J2EE application needs to be able to asynchronously submit a request to a back-end application. The J2EE application should use:

A. an RMI ConnectionFactory.

B. a JMS QueueConnectionFactory.

C. a message driven bean.

D. a BMP entity Bean.

E. a JavaMail Session.
We have only one right answer.
I think the answer is B. C and D are not right. Since entity Beans are used for persistance and a message driven Bean is used to receive message and not to submit them. I dont think E makes sense here. So between A and B, I think, B is a answer.
What do you guys think?
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Lasse Koskela
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B is definitely the most correct answer.
 
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