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From uprooter <uproo...@gmail.com>
Subject human friendliness of camel
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2009 12:51:10 GMT

Hello.
I have some thoughts on how to design my camel based application.
Basically it has to do JMS mediation most of the time, I want to stick to
java code rather than XML configuration so I have a bunch of routes written
in java DSL.

Right now I have one or two RouteBuilders, each holding a bunch of routes.
but it's not comfortable to work with as the IDE(netbeans in that case)
cannot distinguish between routes.
Is there another way to split the routes into classes or have some other way
to make things more organized for the human reader ?

PS I tried to create a graph using camel-dot however it doesn't seems to
work with java DSL. 

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