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From boday <ben.o...@initekconsulting.com>
Subject Re: Making a route depend on multiple criteria
Date Wed, 15 May 2013 03:54:31 GMT
sounds like you could just explicitly invoke the 4th route (direct:route4) at
the end of the 3rd route and enrich the 4th route with the "hold" file...see
http://camel.apache.org/content-enricher.html


cwhistler wrote
> I need a way to create a Camel route that uses a file "from" endpoint but
> cannot start processing that file until some other things are complete. 
> So here's a simplified scenario just to provide an example:
> 
> A camel route extracts data from a database and writes the records to a
> file on the file system.
> 
> A second camel route has a file endpoint watching for the extract file. 
> When it is available it will transform the records in that file and write
> out a new file.  The original file will be moved to a "hold" folder.
> 
> A third route watches for the transformed file to do something with it,
> maybe send it off the system somewhere.  When this one is done it will
> move the file to a "done" folder.
> 
> A fourth route needs to process the "hold" file from the second route, but
> it cannot process this file until the transformed file has moved to the
> "done" folder.  So is there a way to make this fourth route dependent on
> both the "hold" and the "done" files?  It does not have to process the
> "done" file, it just can't do anything with the "hold" file until the
> third route is done.





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