Routing Using Camel’s Implementation of the EIPs
We are pleased to offer you an except from the book “Camel in Actino,” by Claus Ibsen, Jonathan Anstey, and Hadrian Zbarcea.
The authors show how to design and implement solutions to enterprise integration problems using EIPs and Camel. The excerpt begins,
One of the most important features of Camel is routing; without it, Camel would essentially be a library of transport connectors. In this article, 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 cases, the router’s function is to selectively move the message forward.
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