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Part 6

... Continued from Part 5

We continue from part 5 where we ended up with a complete solution using routes defined in Java code. In this last part of this tutorial we will define the route in XML instead.


As I am writing this, its been 4.5 years since I wrote the first 5 parts of this tutorial. Recently an user on stackoverflow praised this tutorial said it helped him get onboard Camel. Though he was looking for part 6 with the routes in XML. Frankly I have forgot all about adding this part. So lets close the book and get this part into the Camel docs.

The XML code below is included in the example in camel-example-report-incident in the directory src/main/resources/META-INF/spring/. The file is named camel-context.xml

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After 5 years we are at the end

So finally we managed to add part 6 to this tutorial. Yes we have used a lot of time to write this tutorial, so we hope that it helps you ride the Camel.

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