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From Scott England-Sullivan <>
Subject Re: [CAMEL-5416] Camel Simple JMS Component
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2012 00:29:12 GMT
Hi Christian,

I noticed after the fact that this was stated as a goal in the Camel
roadmap.  The thought was to develop the JMS API so it could be pulled out
to use as a commons project for reuse in CXF.  For the moment the
implementation design consists of internal classes that allow the Camel
consumers and producers to manage pools of JMS consumers and producers that
take advantage of inline resource  resolution.  This allows for a very
small coding foot print that is easy to manage and evolve.

In general it would just be a matter of pulling those internal class
definitions out and building up the constructors.  I will have to take a
look and see what it would take but it will be several weeks.  Duty calls
and I have several engagements coming up that have me on the road.

I will keep you posted though.

On Wed, Jul 4, 2012 at 10:00 AM, Christian Schneider <> wrote:

> I wonder if it would make sense to check what parts of this impl could be
> resused in cxf for the jms transport.
> There we also would like to have a jms transport without spring and a lot
> of the code should be pretty similar.
> Christian
> Am 03.07.2012 22:26, schrieb Scott England-Sullivan:
>  Hi All,
>> I have an alpha release of a pure Java JMS Camel Component (no Spring
>> dependencies).  I created CAMEL-5416 to for tracking of the component.
>>  The
>> initial goals are:
>> First Iteration:
>> Full Queue and Topic Support (Durable & Non-Durable)
>> Full InOnly & InOut Support
>> Internal Connection, Session, Consumer, & Producer pooling/caching
>> management
>> Full Asynchronous Support
>> JMS Internal Transaction Support
>> Future Iterations:
>> Camel Transaction Support
>> JTA Support (Pure Java)
>> Robust-InOnly
>> Full Migration of Core Camel-JMS Unit Tests (where applicable)
>> The source can be found here:**
>> camel-sandbox <>.
>> Before releasing it to the Camel Project, I would appreciate feedback from
>> the community so please feel free to come in and kick the tires.  It is an
>> alpha though but getting very close to what could be considered a beta.
>> I will provide an update to the ReadMe in the next couple of days that
>> will
>> cover the basics.
>> If you have any initial comments, please feel free to chime in.
>> Best Regards,
>> Scott ES
> --
> Christian Schneider
> Open Source Architect
> Talend Application Integration Division

Scott England-Sullivan
Twitter: sully6768

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