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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: What's best practice for running Camel 2.9.0 in JBOSS 5.X
Date Mon, 16 Jan 2012 02:11:00 GMT

I think you can consider to use the camel-vm component[1] to 
communication with your other components across the war without 
introducing other transport.

On 1/12/12 10:29 AM, gsilverman wrote:
> I want to run a camel route in a JBOSS 5.X instance in order to send messages
> via a Camel proxy to a remote service which is running an activemq broker.
> Should I put the route and accompanying proxy interface in a jar file and
> launch it in the JBoss instance lib directory, or package it as a war file
> and deploy it to the instance. I know I don't need camel-jboss.jar with the
> 2.9.0 version, so that's a plus.
> Packaging and deploying as a war file gives me greater control over managing
> the route, but then, how would my other components communicate with the
> proxy, other than through an http post or get, which adds an unwanted extra
> transport layer.
> Any ideas on how to "bootstrap" this would be appreciated.
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