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Camel in Action by Jonathan Anstey, Claus Ibsen

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Chapter 2. Routing with Camel

This chapter covers

  • An overview of routing
  • Introducing the Rider Auto Parts scenario
  • The basics of FTP and JMS endpoints
  • Creating routes using the Java DSL
  • Configuring routes from Spring
  • Routing using enterprise integration patterns (EIPs)

One of the most important features of Camel is routing; without it, Camel would essentially be a library of transport connectors. In this chapter, we’ll dive into routing with Camel.

Routing happens in many aspects of everyday life. When you mail a letter, for instance, it may be routed through several cities before reaching its final address. An email you send will be routed through many different computer network systems before reaching its final destination. In all ...

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