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From Gary Tully <>
Subject Re: Basic ActiveMQ setup but I am stuck
Date Fri, 06 Apr 2012 11:07:21 GMT
the folks on the camel user list may be better able to help...

If you were to use the command prompt and use a copy command from DOS,
what file name would work?

It is that value that you need to use in the url.

Some pointers in:

On 5 April 2012 21:19, landrews5807 <> wrote:
> I have a server that is running ActiveMQ.
> I have another remote server that an application writes XML files to a
> specific folder that is shared.
> I need for my ActiveMQ queue to get the XML file that was placed in the
> folder on the network share by the other application.
> What do I need to do to accomplish the following as part of the message
> transfer:
> 1.  I have to authenticate to the remote server.
> 2.  My config file needs to reference the remote server.  When I use the
> route tag in Camel like this:
> <route>
>  <from uri="file://" />
>  <to uri="activemq.queue:Odyssey.Queue" />
> </route>
> a NEW folder is created on my local server that is running ActiveMQ in the C
> drive named:
> instead of looking at the network location that already exists.
> I wouldn't think this would be that difficult but am finding it hard to do.
> Here's the process that I need to do:
> 1.  CaseManagement system publishes an XML file to a shared folder on a
> specific server
> 2.  ActiveMQ is delivered that document/is sent the document/consumes it
> (what ever word choice is correct)
> 3.  ActiveMQ does something with that document
> That is the essence of the message broker, right?  I should be able to
> accomplish this, right?
> Thank you.
> Leslie
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