The bean: component binds beans to Camel message exchanges.
Where beanID can be any string which is used to look up the bean in the Registry
You can append query options to the URI in the following format,
The object instance that is used to consume messages must be explicitly registered with the Registry. For example, if you are using Spring you must define the bean in the Spring configuration,
Error formatting macro: snippet: java.lang.IndexOutOfBoundsException: Index: 20, Size: 20Once an endpoint has been registered, you can build Camel routes that use it to process exchanges. A bean: endpoint cannot be defined as the input to the route; i.e. you cannot consume from it, you can only route from some inbound message Endpoint to the bean endpoint as output. So consider using a direct: or queue: endpoint as the input.
You can use the
Bean as endpoint
Camel also supports invoking Bean as an Endpoint. In the route below:What happens is that when the exchange is routed to the
The source for the bean is just a plain POJO: Camel will use Bean Binding to invoke the
Java DSL bean syntax
Java DSL comes with syntactic sugar for the Bean component. Instead of specifying the bean explicitly as the endpoint (i.e.
Instead of passing name of the reference to the bean (so that Camel will lookup for it in the registry), you can specify the bean itself:
How bean methods to be invoked are chosen (if they are not specified explicitly through the method parameter) and how parameter values are constructed from the Message are all defined by the Bean Binding mechanism which is used throughout all of the various Bean Integration mechanisms in Camel.