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From "E.Gherardini" <e.gherard...@hotmail.com>
Subject Camel features and falling-back to Camel components
Date Wed, 29 Feb 2012 18:09:35 GMT
Hello everyone,
I am developing a RabbitMQ camel component starting from scratch, using the
RabbitMQ java client as the only basis for the development.

Aside from the RabbitMQ features I am exposing to the users as options in
the route (e.g. ?concurrentConsumers),

I am wondering if there exist general Camel features (e.g. some camel DSL
keywords) which needs to have some support from the component implementation
to work properly.

One of these, I am sure, is the transactional client EIP, with the
"transacted()" keyword (http://camel.apache.org/transactional-client.html).

Can someone point me to those, or give me some directions to address my
reasonings ?

Thanks a lot.

Emanuele

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