Camel Example Validator Spring Boot
This example shows how to work with a simple Apache Camel application using Spring Boot with declarative content validation enabled.
The example generates messages using timer trigger, writes them to standard output. The output type is declared as
greeting, which has corresponding validator defined.
The Camel route is located in the
SampleCamelRouter class. In this class the route
starts from a timer, that triggers every 2nd second and calls a Spring Bean
which returns a message, that is routed to a stream endpoint which writes to standard output.
The output type is declared as
greeting, and the validator
GreetingValidator is registered
to be triggered for
greeting output message right after the routing.
Using Camel components
Apache Camel provides 200+ components which you can use to integrate and route messages between many systems and data formats. To use any of these Camel components, add the component as a dependency to your project.
How to run
You can run this example using
You can find more information about Apache Camel at the website: http://camel.apache.org/