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From Scott England-Sullivan <>
Subject Re: is camel the right choice?
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2012 21:21:00 GMT
Hi Scott,

Hi Scott,

You have not misunderstood a thing.  This is exactly the technology for
your use case.

I would start with the Enterprise Integration Patterns found here:

Managing a workflow with aggregation and transformation is pretty
boilerplate and the EIP page should get you started.

Good luck!

Best Regards,
Scott ES

On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 4:06 PM, scottj <> wrote:

> hello list,
> as a student's project we've received the task to come up with an
> architecture for a flight search. Like e.g. Our idea was to
> let
> camel handle the integration part, but we are not sure if this would be a
> feasible solution.
> idea: camel receives X requests that are to be dispatched to X different
> online airline services, e.g. Delta, Air France. We assume the airline
> services require different formats; some may require an http-request, some
> may require json/xml etc. Camel dispatches these requests and receives the
> answers. Upon receiving the answers, answers are transformed to a common
> format which is to be stored in a database. A unique id should identify the
> initial X requests with the answers received (assume the airline service
> feedbacks this in the response)
> so the short question is: is Camel the right technology for this? Or have
> we
> completely misunderstood what Camel can do?
> any suggestion is highly appreciated!
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Scott England-Sullivan
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