Adding a standalone ejb.jar (where the .jar contains a stateless session bean and its' home and remote interfaces) returns status of:
"Resource ejb.jar created successfully!"
However, the ejb.jar is never added to the list of EJB JAR applications but was successfully deployed to the application server.
ejb.jars do not show up even if the ejb.jar was hot deployed.
ejbs also do not show up if they are deployed as part of an .ear. With AS 4, the if an .ear deployment contains ejb.jars the components are manageable.