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From newbiee <>
Subject CAMEL project in a web application
Date Mon, 03 Oct 2011 19:46:27 GMT
I want to try a CAMEL example in my Test environment:

Following is the example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?>

            Content based router
                ${header.CamelFileName} regex '^.*xml$'
                ${header.CamelFileName} regex '^.*(csv|csl)$'

I put this code in
"serviceMix\apache-servicemix-4.3.0\apache-servicemix-4.3.0\deploy". I was
able to see that this route has been created and an ID had been given to it.
When I run it, all the activities take place in hte CAMLE folder i.e.

The service (moving files from input folder to output1, output2 etc.
continues happening as soon as a files arrives in the input folder provided
that service mix is running.

Now I want to run this example in a web application. So I need to understand
the process and all the tools that I need to make it work:

1. I will need to install CAMEL in my test environment I understand that,
but what else will I need to install i.e. do I need to download any
dependencies separately?
2. Let's say CAMEL is installed in C drive and my web Application is also
running in C drive. My web application has a source folder and I'm going to
define destination folders according to the example shown above. What
changes will I need to make so that the above application would poll from
the folder of the web application and then move files in the folder on the
web application. 
3. How will I have to bundle the above application and deploy it in the web
4. How will the above application be started and once started it should
continously poll the folder for the files.

Please explain whatever is needed to make this application work in my test
environment with the web applcation. 

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