Available as of Camel 2.11
This example shows how you can embed Apache ActiveMQ Broker and Camel in a web application, which can run on Apache Tomcat or other web containers.
This example embeds ActiveMQ Broker and a Camel application which will continuously send a message per second to an inbox queue.
You will need to build this example first:
Which will create a .war file in the target directly. You can then deploy this .war file in any web container such as Apache Tomcat, by copying the .war file to its /webapp directory.
For example to start Apache Tomcat
And then build the example and deploy to Apache Tomcat
This example is a web application which mean we have a web.xml file in the src/main/webapp/WEB-INF directory. The code is as follows:
We have two Spring XML files that embed
The broker.xml file is located in the src/main/resources directory and contains:
The camel-config.xml file is located in the src/main/resources directory and contains:
You can use JConsole to get details about the running ActiveMQ and Camel. This is done by starting up jconsole, and then under local processes,