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From boday <>
Subject Re: Camel CMIS component
Date Wed, 30 Nov 2011 07:26:08 GMT
Bilgin, I'm still reviewing/enhancing the camel-solr component you submitted. 
I'm pretty close, just trying to add the necessary support to get it to work
in osgi (karaf, etc).   

Bilgin Ibryam wrote
> Hi all,
> A week ago I submitted a camel-cmis component [1] but didn't described
> it here, so here it is.
> This component will allow Camel to connect to content
> repositories(like Alfresco, SharePoint, OpenText) supporting CMIS
> specification. It is a better alternative to camel-jcr component(which
> actually can only create nodes) for accessing content repositories.
> The consumer can retrieve content using CMIS queries (very similar to
> SQL) or traverse the whole content tree from root to leaves.
> The producer is capable of creating nodes on the server (folders, docs
> and other node types) and also executing CMIS queries from the message
> body.
> The component is using another Apache project - OpenCMIS client
> libraries from Apache Chemistry (also the in-memory-server from the
> same project for unit tests).
> Would be great if someone take a look at it and give some feedback if
> any changes are needed in order to be committed to Camel.
> BTW there are also two other components that I've submitted recently
> and I think that will be useful for the Camel community, but don't see
> much activity around them:
> [2] camel-fop - for rendering pdf, png, svg and other formats
> [3] camel-solr - for indexing documents into Apache Solr
> Thanks,
> Bilgin Ibryam
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]

Ben O'Day
IT Consultant -

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