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From Hadrian Zbarcea <>
Subject [ANNOUNCE] Apache Camel 2.2.0 Release
Date Wed, 17 Feb 2010 15:58:06 GMT
After a bit over two months of hard work we are pleased to introduce the Apache Camel [1] 2.2.0
Release [2]. Many thanks and our gratitude to all the contributors who made this release possible.
This Valentine's Day edition of Apache Camel was officially released on Feb 14th. During the
past days all the artifacts were pushed to the public repositories and the Apache mirrors.

This is another major effort featuring 181 issues resolved. The Camel community is growing
at a faster pace and we see a lot of involvement and contributions.
The feature and improvements list is too large to fit here, so please check out the release

Most notable changes are:
	• Graceful Shutdown which ensures a more reliable shutdown of Camel
	• File component now delete orphaned lock files on startup to remedy situions where Camel
was abruptly killed
	• Improved error message on startup in case where Camel routes are misconfigured
	• Improved logging of exceptions being thrown, which now is logged by default at ERROR
	• Fixed issue with using Camel annotations on beans proxied with CGLIB such as when using
Hibernate or Spring AOP
	• Improvements to Aggregator, Routing Slip, Recipient List and Multicast
	• Reduced the optional dependencies on Spring jars
	• Added new log in the DSL for logging dynamic human readable messages (think like doing
	• Introduced NotifyBuilder which helps during testing. For example when testing routes
without mocks etc. It will help to notify when a certain condition has occurred such as X
messages is done etc.
And a bunch of new components contributed by the community such as
	• camel-jboss for running Camel inside JBoss Application Server which uses it specialized
classloading which prevents typically frameworks to not work out of the box inside JBoss.
	• FTP Now supports FTPS (FTP over SSL/TLS)
	• SMPP To send and receive SMS using Short Messaging Service Center using the JSMPP library
	• Lucene Uses Apache Lucene to perform Java-based indexing and full text based searches
using advanced analysis/tokenization capabilities
	• HDFS For reading/writing from/to an HDFS filesystem

As usual, a lot of fixes and enhancement of the 90+ Components

Download Camel [3] now and enjoy the ride!
The Camel Riders


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