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From "John D. Ament" <>
Subject Recipient List & Multitenant ESBs
Date Fri, 26 Jul 2013 16:41:29 GMT
Hi all

I have a somewhat interesting use case.  I want to create an ESB that has
some level of multitenancy in mind.  What I'm thinking is that I'll have a
single end point that acts as the entry, in this case a SOAP based web
service.  I'm going to take the data from this webservice and put it on to
a queue that is defined dynamically, and allow a camel route to process
data from this queue, convert it once and twice.

The problem I'm seeing is around the definition of these queues.  Is it
possible that a queue, or even route "activemq://foo1" be created
dynamically at runtime without doing anything else? It's almost like a
route prototype with some kind of variable substitution.  I think part of
my solution should use since I
need to essentially send data in a certain order to different endpoints.

Any thoughts on this approach?


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