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From Willem Jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Camel as a web server or Camel as part of a web server?
Date Tue, 07 Apr 2009 07:28:25 GMT
Hi,

I think it depends on your requirement.

If you have lots of static resource or you need to set the http server's
port and context path at the deployment time, packaging the Camel
application into a WAR is your best choice.

If your Camel application is under developing, or you just want to run
it from a simple Java Main, you may using a stand-alone Camel
application as a web server.

Willem

huntc wrote:
> Hey there,
> 
> Does anyone have thoughts on using a stand-alone Camel application as a web
> server, or do people generally prefer packaging the Camel application in a
> WAR file?
> 
> My use-case is that I have a web service provided by Camel and using the
> jetty component. This works nicely. However I want to serve up some static
> resources associated with the web service. The only way I have found to do
> this is by creating a producer for every static resource to be provided
> e.g.:
> 
> my web service:
> 
> jetty:http://0.0.0.0:9080/GPSTrackerCollectionService/GPSTrackerCollection/gpsTrackers/GPSTracker/history
> 
> one (of the many) associated resources:
> 
> jetty:http://0.0.0.0:9080/GPSTrackerCollectionService/GPSTrackerCollection/gpsTrackers/GPSTracker/styles.kml
> 
> Kind regards,
> Christopher


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