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Using JPA And CDI Beans With Camel on WildFly

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I didn’t really plan for it, but with a conference free month, I had the chance to dig around a little more and show you even more of the Camel on WildFly magic, that the WildFly-Camel subsystem provides. The Business Background The demo is derived from one on JBoss Demo-Central by Christina Lin. She demonstrates the use of File and JDBC ...

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Sending JMS Messages From WildFly 8 To WebLogic 12 with Camel

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System integration is a nice challenge. Especially, when you’re looking for communication standards and reliable solutions. In today’s microservices world, everybody talks about REST services and http-based protocols. As a matter of fact, this will never be enough for most enterprise projects which typically tend to have a much more complex set of requirements. A reasonable solution is a Java ...

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Using Camel Routes In Java EE Components

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I’ve been working with Camel since a while now and I really like it’s simplicity. Using it on top of Java EE always was a little bit of a challenge and one of the recent talks I gave about how to do this and the different methods of bootstrapping Camel in Java EE actually proposes to use the WildFly-Camel Subsystem. ...

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JBoss Fuse 6.2 released – guide how to quickly try it

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At the Red Hat summit last week, it was announced that JBoss Fuse 6.2 was released. I want to congratulate the fuse team for getting this release out. I know that they have been working very hard all this year to QA and ensure its passes the high barrier of quality expected from an enterprise product. So with my Camel ...

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Apache Camel Wire Tap Examples

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If you want to monitor, debug, troubleshoot messages that are flowing through the route without the bother of permanently consuming the message off the channel, then you need to use a wire tap. The wire tap acts as a recipient list that consumes messages off the input channel and publishes it to both output channels. The first would be to the actual ...

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Apache Camel Log Component Examples

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Apache Camel Log Component Examples You want to log messages to the underlying logging mechanism, use camel’s log: component. Camel uses sfl4j as the logger API and then allows you to configure the logger implementation. In this article, we will use Log4j as the actual logger mechanism. Let’s start with our examples. Dependencies You need to add: slf4j-api – SLF4J ...

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Apache Camel Eclipse Tooling with Debugger

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About 2 months ago Lars Heineman blogged about improved Apache Camel Eclipse tooling on the way as part of the JBoss Tool stack In the upcoming release they have integrated the Camel debugger with the native Eclipse debugger, so you get the Eclipse debugging experience, when you use breakpoints, single step through the Camel routes. And you can of course ...

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Very fast Camels and Cloud Messaging

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Apache Camel is a popular, mature, open-source integration library. It implements the Enterprise Integration Patterns which is a set of patterns that often come up when integrating distributed systems. I’ve written a lot about Camel in the past, including why I like it better than Spring Integration, how the routing engine works, how to use JMS selectors with AWS SQS, ...

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Your Apache Camel applications now includes out of the box documentation

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A couple of months back I blogged about the upcoming 2.15 release includes functionality to obtain fine grained information about each property configured on your endpoints in the blog titled – Apache Camel please explain me what these endpoint options mean. We have continued on this path, and today we have extended this from endpoints to cover EIPs, data formats, ...

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