Thats what an application client tells a stateless session bean, “just get the job done, I don’t care if you succeed or not, just give me something in return and I’ll handle the response that the user will get”. Well stateless session beans doesn’t handle client state, thus every time a client requests a bean from a container, it just pull some bean instance and calls the requested processing method.
Tto set things up though, heres a simple Simple Stateless Session Bean Tutorial.
Its the most basic of all basics.. 🙂
Though I would still assume developing this one in NetBeans brings more “basics”.