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From Matt Sicker <>
Subject Re: Shared Camel Context.
Date Sun, 31 Jan 2016 20:29:35 GMT
Using direct-vm is for when you have multiple CamelContexts running. I use
it in OSGi, seems like it works just the same anywhere there is more than
one CamelContext or possibly even ClassLoader.

On 30 January 2016 at 18:22, jgoggins <> wrote:

> Can Camel Context be shared between an Akka Actor application and a Spring
> Boot jar file it is consuming. I want to route endpoints in the jar to the
> actor. Although many examples and readings seem to state this as a trival
> task, the execution is not the case. I see 2 camel context's started, one
> in
> Spring Boot when it is instantiated within the Scala application using
> "[Application])" and one in the Akka
> application on calling "CamelExtension(actorSystem).context". I have spent
> some time on this. Recently I noted in a support forum this was not
> possible
> and using direct-vm would be a solution. With limited information
> available,
> could someone here guide me ?
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