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From souciance <>
Subject Re: AMQ Camel assembly
Date Wed, 02 Nov 2016 15:13:33 GMT
I am not sure this is what you want but I have created a custom
distribution for Karaf that includes all my bundles for Camel and
everything else and you can then specify your config files. It is a pom
based config and after doing a clean install you get a zip and tar.gz file.
You can then upload that to your server, unzip and run karaf.

On Wed, Nov 2, 2016 at 4:09 PM, Brad Johnson [via Camel] <> wrote:

> Are there any good examples of creating an assembly to install my bundles
> into a standalone karaf/AMQ instance.  I'm used to working with the Fuse
> stack where creating a features file, adding the url via mvn:install,  and
> then doing the mvn:install installs all my requirements and cfg files.  So
> the features file and listing the required bundles for installation is a
> well known task.
> I'm in a situation where there isn't a Maven repo available so all the
> dependencies need to be included in the assembly.
> I've found some examples that show the use of the assembly for pulling
> together the entire stack but that's obviously much larger than I'm
> looking
> for.  Just want to create the assembly, put it in the right location in
> the
> karaf/AMQ standalone instance, and then probably run the features file to
> install the required bundles.
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