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From vipup <vAsiLiij.pup...@googlEMail.Com>
Subject Re: Persistent Camel Context
Date Tue, 21 Jun 2011 11:39:42 GMT
  
Claus Ibsen-2 wrote:
>  
> ...
> All the routes can be serialized into XML. Which you can then persist.
> Then on startup you can load those XML files as routes.
> The camel-web have a REST API for that. Or you can use the API on
> CamelContext.
> ...
>  
Die u mean the XMLGraphGenerator-class? I just checked the sources, where
still defined as TODO:
  
org.apache.camel.view.XmlGraphGenerator.class wrote:
>  
>         // TODO we should add a transactional client / event driven
> consumer / polling client
>  

Which way to (de)serialize you can recommend? 

How I'll get back alive Camel-Context after "reconstruction"? For my
routings-needs i can imagine the long-term-running context. Is it generally
possible without semi-persistence on some JMS-like level?
How Exchange-Object will come into the middle-point of context after
restoring?

Short code-snippet will be gr8!

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