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From James Chamberlain <>
Subject Re: Problem using the mina component
Date Wed, 14 Nov 2007 06:05:21 GMT
The test case is working for me from home.  The caveat is that at home I 
run on Linux and use jdk 1.6.x and before I was running tests at work on 
OSX with 1.5.0_13. The problem is that my real cases still don't seem to 
work properly. If I took your test case below and removed the portion 
that feeds the udp traffic from the file and tried to feed it myself 
from another process that is not working for me. Below is some example 
UDP code that I was using to drive it:

            DatagramSocket socket = new DatagramSocket();
            byte buffer[] = new byte[1500];
            buffer = "TEST_STRING".getBytes();
            InetAddress address = InetAddress.getByName("");
            DatagramPacket packet = new DatagramPacket(buffer, 
buffer.length, address, 9123);
            while(true) {

Camel never seems to recognize those udp messages. Shouldn't this work 
or am I using it in an improper way?

- James

James Strachan wrote:
> On 12/11/2007, James Chamberlain <> wrote:
>> I am using apache camel 1.2.0
> Hmm - I've just added MinaFileUdpTest to trunk which attempts to
> reproduce your issue - it polls from a directory and sends to a UDP
> endpoint
>                 from("mina:udp://localhost:9123").to("mock:results");
>                 from("file:src/test/data?noop=true").
>                         to("mina:udp://localhost:9123");
> and it seems to work fine. I wonder if you had any idea how to edit
> the test case to make it fail like you get?
> Maybe whatever issue that you're hitting has been fixed in trunk?
> We'll hopefully get 1.3.0 out soon once a few more little gremlins are
> sorted - but I'd like to know if this MINA issue is resolved before
> then.

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