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#1
Manning is on the lookout for people interested in reviewing the book.

You can contact Manning by email at: mkt@manning.com
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#2
Hi

Now 4 years after the book was done, there has been good and great feedback on the book. We are glad it was received so well in the community.

We have found reviews on amazon, goodreads and slashdot. Anyone knows places where there are other online book reviews, then you are welcome to let us know.
344046 (6) [Avatar] Offline
#3
C++ app integration with Apache camel
Is there apache camel support for C++ applications, as there is a need to orchestrate java and C++ apps over camel.
davsclaus (413) [Avatar] Offline
#4
Apache Camel is Java based and requires to run in a JVM.

But the many Camel components (adapters) can be used to communicate with other systems. Depending on what kind of communication, but you can use TCP / messaging / or other kinds.

344046 (6) [Avatar] Offline
#5
The plan is to re-implement our existing Java and C++ applications as camel processors, and orchestrate them in a certain way.

It seems easier for Java applications, but not sure with C++, how feasible and easier do you think for re-implementing C++ apps as camel processors?
davsclaus (413) [Avatar] Offline
#6
It really depends what the C++ apps does. But Java and C++ is both similar programming languages. So it should be possible to port the code to Java. Its just that if your C++ app uses some 3rd party libraries which you cannot find equivalent in Java you may be in a bit of trouble.
344046 (6) [Avatar] Offline
#7
Building routes based on user information at run time
Could be possible to building camel routes based on user information at run time? or planning routes outside camel and give to camel for execution?
344046 (6) [Avatar] Offline
#8
Building routes based on user information at run time
344046 wrote:Could it be possible to build camel routes based on user information at run time? or planning routes outside camel and give to camel for execution?


Does camel provide support for end user interaction to upload file (to add all dynamic elements to build routes) to be routed at the run time?
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#9
Which one is more appropriate to work with camel, ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ?
Which one is more appropriate to work with camel, ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ?
davsclaus (413) [Avatar] Offline
#10
Please create a new thread to ask your questions - this one if about reviewing the Camel in Action book.

Also your question do not make much sense, as Camel is not a messaging broker/system as ActiveMQ or RabbitMQ is. Also the latter two are not topic for this forum. This forum is only about Camel and the Camel in Action book.

So maybe your question is better to asked somewhere else. Also spend some time googling the internet and read about those products to see what they are.
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#11
Aggregate text and image files into a single container
Am googling to find whether any tip how to aggregate text and image into a single container (folder) using camel aggregator, couldn't find anything? Please do have any idea? Additionally splitting a web page into text and images.