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From Ashwin Karpe <>
Subject Re: Fuse Packages
Date Thu, 12 Feb 2009 23:17:11 GMT


It is true that a CamelContext can be embedded in ActiveMQ (after all it was
considered a subproject of ActiveMQ) until a couple of weeks ago.

However Camel can exist standalone, be embedded inside another Java
application of be instantiated via Spring in a Spring based environment. At
the end of the day Camel is a routing engine that was designed to be used in
different environments.

You may choose whichever deployment option that best suits your needs.

Hope this helps.



Glenn Macgregor-3 wrote:
> Hi All,
> I know this is not the correct place for this post but the fusesource
> forum page is broken so I cannot create an account.
> I have installed fuse-message-broker and it seems to incorporate camel
> already although it is a different version than the latest
> fuse-mediation-router. If this is true why do I need to install
> fuse-mediation-router, what else does it provide? Is there a way to
> integrate mediation-router into message-broker so I am using the latest
> mediation-router?
> Just trying to get a handle on what the components are and how to use
> them.
> Thanks
>  Glenn

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