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From Joe Fernandez <>
Subject Re: temporary or durable queue?
Date Tue, 13 Oct 2009 15:05:16 GMT

Yes, it looks a lot easier!

Can I send SOAP messages with Camel? 

You bet!

Can the messages be encrypted with SSL?

You can encrypt the payload using the triple DES or AES ciphers.

Or you can use ActiveMQ's ssl connector. Keep in mind that you'll still use
a JMS provider, like ActiveMQ, to do the actual messaging. In the case of
ActiveMQ, you can embed Camel routes within the broker. 

I also need to use it asynchronously, to perform some database updates (I
need to duplicate a database, that will be updated every 15 minutes). Do I
still use Camel in this case, or ActiveMQ?

Camel has a handful of DB-related components. Again, you'll still use
ActiveMQ as your JMS provider. 



Joe Fernandez wrote:
> You may want to consider using Camel to implement the request/reply
> messaging pattern in combination with a content based router to route
> messages to their respective systems. 
> Camel makes it a lot easier to implement these messaging patterns and
> helps maintain a a clean separation between your application and the
> underlying JMS provider. 
> Joe

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