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From bruno.bor...@gmail.com
Subject Re: Question On Using Spring Remoting Against Camel Remoting
Date Tue, 10 Nov 2009 13:54:17 GMT
Wrong path my friend.

Camel is not a "service container". It is a message routing framework. It  
routes messages (in which might contain a data object, a file, an xml,  
etc...)
You can "send" and/or "receive" messages with Camel, using different  
protocols, some remote, some not. It is up to you on how to start/end the  
route.

You can though achieve what you want with Camel, but if you will be writing  
routes with only two endpoints, it will be useless.

Now, if you want one entry point only, and from there find out which  
service should be invoked based on some data, then Camel is the right way  
to go.

If you want to know more about it, let us know.

Cheers,
Bruno

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