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Observer Observable Equivalent in J2EE?

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Hello J2EE users.

I have a J2EE application in which I want to incorporate a situation similar to Observer Observable pattern.

How do I do that?
What does J2EE offer me here?
Can I use MDBs (JMS) ?

Please help me ....

Thanx
Regds.
Keerthi
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Take a look at:

http://www.javaworld.com/javatips/jw-javatip110.html


it will answer your question a lot better than I could do so here. :-)
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