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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Re: Apache Camel and Jboss FUSE IDE
Date Thu, 23 Jan 2014 08:25:38 GMT
Fuse IDE is just an Eclipse based editor. You can use it for any kind
of Java development. It just has a graphical UI for editing Camel
routes as well.

To run Java applications you can use maven to start the JVM, which you
eg can do for unit testing etc. Or use maven goals that can startup
Camel / ActiveMQ etc. And Eclipse has built-in Maven support out of
the box, so you can do the same from within Eclipse itself.

To create new Camel projects you can use Maven archetypes

For example there is an archetype to create a sample project with
Camel + ActiveMQ.

And Camel has some Maven goals to run Camel.

On Thu, Jan 23, 2014 at 8:13 AM, gadido30 <> wrote:
> Thank You,
> sorry about my newbie question , I still don't know what to do:
> Do I need to run ActiveMQ with Camel Core and then add Maven Project with
> camel and activemq project?
> I will be glad to know what should I run for using Fuse IDE + Camel +
> ActiveMQ
> Gadi
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Claus Ibsen
Red Hat, Inc.
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