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From Claus Ibsen <claus.ib...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache Camel applicability
Date Fri, 27 Jan 2012 14:02:46 GMT
On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 2:13 PM, Andrey Stelmashenko
<andrey.stelmashenko@jbs.com.ua> wrote:
> Hello, Community!
>
> I work on a project design and consider using of apache camel. I
> looked through the documentation, I liked it! I see that I may need
> components and message translators. But I doubt in a way I`m going to
> use it.
> Here is some brief overview of a project goal:
>
> The project is a mediator, let it be project M. project M will be a
> client of several third party systems S1,S2,S3...
> Also there is a project A which will use M to get aggregated data from
> third party systems (S1,S2..) in some intermediate object model.
>
> Scenario I plan to use apache camel is:
>
> project A makes call to project M which makes several calls to systems
> S1, S2 ..., translates object model from S1, S2... into A object model
> and returns result to A.
>
> Is the above scenario is normal for the use of apache camel?
>

Yes this is a prime example of using Apache Camel.

To integrate different IT systems as a mediator. And with routing capabilities.

Camel offers a lot of transports and data formats out of the box. And
if something is missing
you can built it yourself.



> Thank you.
>
> --
> sincerely yours
> Developer at JBS



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