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From "jkammer@caci.com" <jkam...@caci.com>
Subject Re: How can I configure Camel/ActiveMQ to receive from an external RabbitMQ producer?
Date Wed, 20 Jul 2016 20:05:28 GMT
souciance wrote
> Well no..
> 
> your code says:
> <from uri="rabbitmq://localhost:5672/rabbit?sslProtocol=true"/>
> Camel does not have an embedded rabbitmq server. It will always try to
> connect to  rabbitmq server and then act as a consumer or publisher.
> 
> The hostname is the hostname of the rabbitmq server.
> 
> If you cannot reach it, then is the URL correct? Have you enabled the
> webui
> plugin? See
> http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2013/10/enable-rabbitmq-management-plugin/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+TheGeekStuff+(The+Geek+Stuff)
> 
> So in summary:
> 1. Camel does not have an embedded rabbitmq server. You need one yourself.
> 2. The from("rabbitmq...") means Camel wants to connect RabbitMQ and
> consume from some exchange. These options need to be available to the user
> which Camel is using to connect with.

AH,... now that is helpful. I had been told that Camel could "talk" to
rabbit by including the camel-rabbitmq.<verison>.jar and that this would not
require a separate rabbitMQ-server to be up and running. From what you are
telling me this seems not to be the case and that I will actually need a
rabbitMQ-server running on the Camel server (or networked accordingly) in
order to knit this all together. 

If that is in fact the case I will need to go back to the drawing board as
the folks that want me to receive rabbit messages also do not want me to set
up a rabbit server. 

Fun times. 




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