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Key: JAVAEETUTORIAL-207
Type: Bug Bug
Status: Closed Closed
Resolution: Won't Fix
Priority: Minor Minor
Assignee: Kim Haase
Reporter: Kim Haase
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Fix application client terminology in JMS chapter(s)

Created: 02/Jul/13 03:42 PM   Updated: 02/Jul/13 06:11 PM   Resolved: 02/Jul/13 06:10 PM
Component/s: doc
Affects Version/s: 7.0.1
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A user reports the following issue, which should be addressed:

In chapter 31 of the Java EE 5 Tutorial, in the section "Writing Simple JMS Client Applications", first paragraph,

"This section shows how to create, package, and run simple JMS client programs packaged as stand-alone application clients."

The term "stand-alone application client" is confusing (especially the term "standalone" here), since they are actually Java EE Application Client, using Java EE annotations for resource injection, and are run in a Java EE Application Client container.

This is even more confusing since the rest of the section explains that there are some differences when a JMS client is run in an application server (meaning, as a normal Java Component like a Web component or EJB, I suppose).

Usually the term "standalone" is used for "standalone Java client", which are not run within a container but in a normal JVM.