Since Camel 3.0
The camel-reactive-executor-vertx is a VertX based implementation of the
By default Camel uses its own reactive engine for routing messages, but you can plugin different engines via a SPI interface. This is a VertX based plugin that uses the VertX event loop for processing message during routing.
At this time this component is an experiment so use it with care.
This implementation will by default create a default
io.vertx.core.Vertx instance to be used. However you can configure an existing instance using the getter/setter on the
To use this implementation all you need to do is to add the
camel-reactive-executor-vertx dependency to the classpath, and Camel should auto-detect this on startup and log as follows:
Using ReactiveExecutor: org.apache.camel.reactive.vertx.VertXReactiveExecutor@2a62b5bc
If you use OSGi or the implementation is not added to the classpath, you need to enable this explict such:
CamelContext camel = ... camel.setReactiveExecutor(new VertXReactiveExecutor());
Or in XML DSL (spring or blueprint XML file) you can declare the factory as a
<bean id="vertxReactiveExecutor" class="org.apache.camel.reactive.vertx.VertXReactiveExecutor"/>
and then Camel should detect the bean and use the reactive executor.