List/Grid Tag Archives: Spring Integration

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Introducing Spring Integration

In this article we introduce Spring Integration. If you have not worked with Spring Integration before, it might help to brush up on Enterprise ...
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Spring Integration – Session 2 – More Hello Worlds

This is a follow up to Spring Integration Session 1 The first session was a simple Hello World application using Spring Integration. I want to ...
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Spring Integration – Session 1 – Hello World

The ” Hello World” of Spring Integration – consider a simple program to print “Hello ...
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Concurrency – Executors and Spring Integration

Thread Pool/Executors Based Implementation A better approach than the raw thread version, is a Thread pool based one, where an appropriate thread pool size is defined based on the system ...
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Rube Goldberg Spring Integration

Spring Integration provides a very nice abstraction over some complexities involved with Integrating systems together – Spring Integration fits the definition of a Facade perfectly ...
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Backing Spring Integration routes with ActiveMQ

As discussed in my previous post, Spring Integration (SI) is a routing framework built on top of the Spring Framework that allows you to use proven enterprise integration patterns ...
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Spring Integration with reCAPTCHA

Sometimes we just need CAPTCHA, that’s a sad fact. Today we will learn how to integrate with reCAPTCHA. Because the topic itself isn’t particularly interesting and advanced, ...
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What is Spring Integration?

As the Spring Integration project slowly gains more adoption and interest, developers in the enterprise integration or enterprise development space will most likely come across it. ...
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Integration Framework Comparison – Spring Integration, Mule ESB or Apache Camel

Data exchanges between companies increase a lot. The number of applications which must be integrated increases, too. The interfaces use different technologies, protocols and data formats. ...
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