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From Christian Müller <christian.muel...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: SMPP single session (producer+consumer)
Date Fri, 21 Oct 2011 21:27:50 GMT
Hello Ioannis, hello Peter!

If we create the session, we have to bind it as receiver, transmitter or
transceiver. At the moment we bind it as receiver (consumer -
from("smpp://")) or transmitter (producer - to("smpp://")).

If we bind it as transceiver, the user have to create a route like:

from("...")
  .to("smpp://...")
  .to("direct:X");

and "direct:X" will be called after the short message was sent *AND* when a
new deliver notification arrived *AND* for an incoming short message. This
means the user have to define a choice to distinguish the different cases.

from("...")
  .to("smpp://...")
  .choice()
    .when(header("X").isEqualTo("X"))
      .to("direct:X")
    .when(header("Y").isEqualTo("Y"))
      .to("direct:Y")
    .when(header("Z").isEqualTo("Z"))
      .to("direct:Z")
  .end();

Looks not really nice.

But what should happen, when the user define the route like this?

from("...")
  .to("smpp://...");

and we receive the deliver notifications or an incoming short message?
Should we throw an exception?

Best,
Christian

On Fri, Oct 21, 2011 at 9:54 AM, Ioannis Canellos <iocanel@gmail.com> wrote:

> Here are some thoughts.
> Currently the producer and consumer of the smpp endpoint create their own
> sessions. If the sessions were handled by the endpoint itself we may were
> able to have a producer and consumer use the same smpp session. This would
> probably allow us to consume messages (deliversm) from the same session we
> use to produce (submitsm). This would also open the way to
> bind transceivers too.
>
>
> @Christian, do you think that something like this makes sense?
>
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