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From Martin Krasser <krass...@googlemail.com>
Subject Re: Spring AMQP Apache Camel Component Released
Date Mon, 28 Nov 2011 13:02:28 GMT
Good news, thanks for letting us know. I'll try it as soon as I can.

Do you also plan to implement AsyncProcessor on the producer side?

Cheers,
Martin

Am 28.11.11 06:03, schrieb deckerego:
> For those who might be interested, I've posted a Camel component based on
> Spring AMQP for those who wish to use more AMQP semantics instead of a
> JMS->AMQP interface via Qpid. Source is now available at
> https://github.com/Bluelock/camel-spring-amqp
>
> While the Qpid component is great for those who might be migrating from JMS
> to AMQP, a few on the list have suggested that they were interested in
> having more direct access to native RabbitMQ features, leveraging header
> exchanges, etc. This camel-spring-amqp component was created to expose
> RabbitMQ features natively within a Camel endpoint but still provide a path
> towards a vendor-independent implementation. After receiving feedback from
> the Camel team I decided to implement the component using Spring AMQP.
>
> Since Spring AMQP performs JSON marshalling with Jackson, I've also included
> an XStream marshaller with this component so that messages can be formatted
> using the XStream JSON libraries prior to being sent over the wire. You
> could of course do the same thing with the Camel dataFormat filters as well,
> but this offers another way to do object wire marshalling within the Spring
> AMQP framework.
>
> I'm open to any feedback, testing or pull requests for camel-spring-amqp. If
> you find the URI format to be a bit odd let me know - I'm open to new ideas
> on how to better format the endpoint string.
>
> Thanks!
>
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