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From "Claus Ibsen">
Subject RE: MS SQL Message Service endpoint
Date Wed, 02 Jul 2008 04:13:03 GMT
Hi Vadim

Welcome on the Camel ride ;)
Your use-case is quite interesting as many companies do have network restrictions and people
from different networks need sometimes access to logs and etc. We have the same problem at
my current client. Need to call on the phone to get log files from the servers for supporting
;) Just because the administration of the servers has been outsourced to a different company.

So you are use ActiveMQ in network B to read using SQL from a server in network A? 

Camel does support reading plain JDBC using this component:

And also from this SQL:

However they both need some better documentation I can see ;)

Well the key is to get hold of a DataSource to the SQL database that the JDBC driver uses.
This can be setup in spring xml files as you write that you use.

I want to point you in direction of a new unit test that was added to the source code that
demonstrates using Spring JDBC to write into a database, where the SQL is in the java code.
Nice and easy and just plain Java and Spring. Later you can change it to the JDBC component
if you like.

TransactionalClientDataSourceTest (just obmit the policy stuff in spring xml as it does the
trick to do transactional stuff)

The JDBC is executed in the BookService that is a plain POJO that is referenced from the route
in the above test.

BookService is a plain java POJO that has a Spring JDBCTemplate to do the SQL stuff. The JDBCTemplate
needs a DataSource and this is configured in the spring xml file:

<!-- datasource to the database -->
    <bean id="dataSource" class="org.springframework.jdbc.datasource.DriverManagerDataSource">
        <property name="driverClassName" value="org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver"/>
        <property name="url" value="jdbc:hsqldb:mem:camel"/>
        <property name="username" value="sa"/>
        <property name="password" value=""/>

Note: Just use the DriverManagerDataSource during the proof of the concept. You can later
change it to something better. The DriverManagerDataSource is a simple non pooled datasource.
Spring provides other datasource but then you need to look into the spring documentation or
ask again or use google.

Okay something for starters, please let us know how it goes and ask again. 

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Claus Ibsen
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-----Original Message-----
From: Vadim Chekan [] 
Sent: 2. juli 2008 05:36
Subject: MS SQL Message Service endpoint

Hi all,
Disclaimer: I'm new to ActiveMQ and I'm more familiar with .net then Java.

I'm working on a "pilot project" using ActiveMQ & Camel. I have people 
who do not have access to network (lets call it network A) but they need 
to see log files there. So I decided that it would be a nice project to 
test ActiveMQ.

Two networks, A (restricted) and B (local).
Application server in A uses log4net. I have MS SQL server in network A 
User is in network B.

My solution.
Using Service Broker in MS SQL I created a queue and using AdoDotNet 
provider in log4net I dump log messages into the sql queue.
ActiveMQ server in network B should read SQL Servr queue using jdbc 
connector and publish is via xmpp.

The problem
I'm having problems with grasping configuaration conception. Beans, 
spring, spring namespaces, my head is spinning. I understand that I need 
camelContext tag, and routing from, to. But what is the format of "from" 
uri? According to the documentation it is "jdbc:testdb?readSize=100". 
What about server name? Driver name?
Is it possible to implement inconfiguration file, without writing and 
deploying java class?

Vadim Chekan.

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