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Component / ArtifactId / URI

Description

AHCcamel-ahc

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ahc:http[s]://hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]

To call external HTTP services using Async Http Client

AHC-WS camel-ahc-ws

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ahc-ws[s]://hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]


 To exchange data with external Websocket servers using Async Http Client

AMQPcamel-amqp

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amqp:[queue:|topic:]destinationName[?options]

For Messaging with AMQP protocol

APNScamel-apns

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apns:<notify|consumer>[?options]

For sending notifications to Apple iOS devices

Atmosphere-Websocket   camel-atmosphere-websocket

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atmosphere-websocket:///relative path[?options]


 To exchange data with external Websocket clients using Atmosphere

Atomcamel-atom

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atom:atomUri[?options]

Working with Apache Abdera for atom integration, such as consuming an atom feed.

Avrocamel-avro

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avro:[transport]:[host]:[port][/messageName][?options]

Working with Apache Avro for data serialization.

AWS-CW / camel-aws

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aws-cw://namespace[?options]

For working with Amazon's CloudWatch (CW).

AWS-DDB / camel-aws

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aws-ddb://tableName[?options]

For working with Amazon's DynamoDB (DDB).

AWS-DDBSTREAM / camel-aws

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aws-ddbstream://tableName[?options]

For working with Amazon's DynamoDB Streams (DDB Streams).

AWS-EC2 / camel-aws

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aws-ec2://label[?options]

For working with Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2).

AWS-SDB / camel-aws

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aws-sdb://domainName[?options]

For working with Amazon's SimpleDB (SDB).

AWS-SES / camel-aws

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aws-ses://from[?options]

For working with Amazon's Simple Email Service (SES).

AWS-SNS / camel-aws

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aws-sns://topicName[?options]

For Messaging with Amazon's Simple Notification Service (SNS).

AWS-SQS / camel-aws

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aws-sqs://queueName[?options]

For Messaging with Amazon's Simple Queue Service (SQS).

AWS-SWF / camel-aws

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aws-swf://<worfklow|activity>[?options]

For Messaging with Amazon's Simple Workflow Service (SWF).

AWS-S3 / camel-aws

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aws-s3://bucketName[?options]

For working with Amazon's Simple Storage Service (S3).

Beancamel-core

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bean:beanName[?options]

Uses the Bean Binding to bind message exchanges to beans in the Registry. Is also used for exposing and invoking POJO (Plain Old Java Objects).

Beanstalk camel-beanstalk

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beanstalk:hostname:port/tube[?options]

For working with Amazon's Beanstalk.

Bean Validatorcamel-bean-validator

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bean-validator:label[?options]

Validates the payload of a message using the Java Validation API (JSR 303 and JAXP Validation) and its reference implementation Hibernate Validator

Boxcamel-box

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box://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options]

For uploading, downloading and managing files, managing files, folders, groups, collaborations, etc. on Box.com.

Braintreecamel-braintree

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braintree://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options]


Component for interacting with Braintree Payments via Braintree Java SDK

Browsecamel-core

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browse:someName

Provides a simple BrowsableEndpoint which can be useful for testing, visualisation tools or debugging. The exchanges sent to the endpoint are all available to be browsed.

Cachecamel-cache

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cache://cacheName[?options]

The cache component facilitates creation of caching endpoints and processors using EHCache as the cache implementation.

Cassandra / camel-cassandraql

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cql:localhost/keyspace


For integrating with Apache Cassandra.

Classcamel-core

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class:className[?options]

Uses the Bean Binding to bind message exchanges to beans in the Registry. Is also used for exposing and invoking POJO (Plain Old Java Objects).

Chronicle Enginecamel-chronicle

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chronicle-engine:addresses/path[?options]
Chronicle Engine is a high performance, low latency, reactive processing framework.

Chunkcamel-chunk

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chunk:templateName[?options]

Generates a response using a Chunk template

CMIScamel-cmis

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cmis://cmisServerUrl[?options]

Uses the Apache Chemistry client API to interface with CMIS supporting CMS

Cometdcamel-cometd

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cometd://hostName:port/channelName[?options]

Used to deliver messages using the jetty cometd implementation of the bayeux protocol

Consulcamel-consul

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consul:apiEndpoint[?options]

For interfacing with an  Consul.

Contextcamel-context

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context:camelContextId:localEndpointName[?options]

Used to refer to endpoints within a separate CamelContext to provide a simple black box composition approach so that routes can be combined into a CamelContext and then used as a black box component inside other routes in other CamelContexts

ControlBuscamel-core

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controlbus:command[?options]

ControlBus EIP that allows to send messages to Endpoints for managing and monitoring your Camel applications.

CouchDBcamel-couchdb

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couchdb:hostName[:port]/database[?options]

To integrate with Apache CouchDB.

Crypto (Digital Signatures)camel-crypto

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crypto:<sign|verify>:name[?options]

Used to sign and verify exchanges using the Signature Service of the Java Cryptographic Extension.

CXFcamel-cxf

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cxf:<bean:cxfEndpoint|//someAddress>[?options]

Working with Apache CXF for web services integration

CXF Bean camel-cxf

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cxfbean:serviceBeanRef[?options]

Proceess the exchange using a JAX WS or JAX RS annotated bean from the registry. Requires less configuration than the above CXF Component

CXFRScamel-cxf

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cxfrs:<bean:rsEndpoint|//address>[?options]

Working with Apache CXF for REST services integration

DataFormatcamel-core

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dataformat:name:<marshal|unmarshal>[?options]

for working with Data Formats as if it was a regular Component supporting Endpoints and URIs.

DataSetcamel-core

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dataset:name[?options]

For load & soak testing the DataSet provides a way to create huge numbers of messages for sending to Components or asserting that they are consumed correctly

Directcamel-core

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direct:someName[?options]

Synchronous call to another endpoint from same CamelContext.

Direct-VMcamel-core

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direct-vm:someName[?options]

Synchronous call to another endpoint in another CamelContext running in the same JVM.

DNScamel-dns

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dns:operation[?options]

To lookup domain information and run DNS queries using DNSJava

Disruptorcamel-disruptor

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disruptor:someName[?<option>]
disruptor-vm:someName[?<option>]

To provide the implementation of SEDA which is based on disruptor

Dockercamel-docker

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docker://[operation]?[options]


 To communicate with Docker

Dozercamel-dozer

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dozer://name?[options]

 To convert message body using the Dozer type converter library.

Dropbox camel-dropbox

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dropbox://[operation]?[options]

The  dropbox:  component allows you to treat  Dropbox  remote folders as a producer or consumer of messages.

EJBcamel-ejb

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ejb:ejbName[?options]

Uses the Bean Binding to bind message exchanges to EJBs. It works like the Bean component but just for accessing EJBs. Supports EJB 3.0 onwards.

Ehcachecamel-ehcache

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ehcache://cacheName[?options]

The cache component facilitates creation of caching endpoints and processors using Ehcache 3 as the cache implementation.

ElasticSearchcamel-elasticsearch

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elasticsearch://clusterName[?options]

For interfacing with an ElasticSearch server.

Etcdcamel-etcd

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etcd:namespace[/path][?options]

For interfacing with an Etcd key value store.

Spring Eventcamel-spring

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spring-event://default

Working with Spring ApplicationEvents

EventAdmincamel-eventadmin

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eventadmin:topic[?options]

Receiving OSGi EventAdmin events

Execcamel-exec

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exec://executable[?options]

For executing system commands

Facebookcamel-facebook

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facebook://endpoint[?options]

Providing access to all of the Facebook APIs accessible using Facebook4J

Filecamel-core

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file://nameOfFileOrDirectory[?options]

Sending messages to a file or polling a file or directory.

Flatpackcamel-flatpack

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flatpack:[fixed|delim]:configFile[?options]

Processing fixed width or delimited files or messages using the FlatPack library

Flinkcamel-flink

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flink:dataset[?options]
flink:datastream[?options]

 Bridges Camel connectors with Apache Flink tasks.

FOPcamel-fop

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fop:outputFormat[?options]

Renders the message into different output formats using Apache FOP

FreeMarkercamel-freemarker

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freemarker:templateName[?options]

Generates a response using a FreeMarker template

FTPcamel-ftp

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ftp:contextPath[?options]

Sending and receiving files over FTP.

FTPScamel-ftp

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ftps://[username@]hostName[:port]/directoryName[?options]

Sending and receiving files over FTP Secure (TLS and SSL).

Gangliacamel-ganglia

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ganglia:destination:port[?options]

Sends values as metrics to the Ganglia performance monitoring system using gmetric4j.  Can be used along with JMXetric.

GAuth / camel-gae

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gauth://name[?options]

Used by web applications to implement an OAuth consumer. See also Camel Components for Google App Engine.

GHttp / camel-gae

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ghttp:contextPath[?options]

Provides connectivity to the URL fetch service of Google App Engine but can also be used to receive messages from servlets. See also Camel Components for Google App Engine.

Git / camel-git

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git:localRepositoryPath[?options]

Supports interaction with Git repositories

Github / camel-github

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github:endpoint[?options]

Supports interaction with Github

GLogin / camel-gae

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glogin://hostname[:port][?options]

Used by Camel applications outside Google App Engine (GAE) for programmatic login to GAE applications. See also Camel Components for Google App Engine.

GTask / camel-gae

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gtask://queue-name[?options]

Supports asynchronous message processing on Google App Engine by using the task queueing service as message queue. See also Camel Components for Google App Engine.

Google Calendar / camel-google-calendar

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google-calendar://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options] 

Supports interaction with Google Calendar's REST API.

Google Drive / camel-google-drive

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google-drive://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options]

Supports interaction with Google Drive's REST API.

Google Mail / camel-google-mail

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google-mail://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options]

Supports interaction with Google Mail's REST API.

GMail / camel-gae

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gmail://user@g[oogle]mail.com[?options]

Supports sending of emails via the mail service of Google App Engine. See also Camel Components for Google App Engine.

Gora camel-gora

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gora:instanceName[?options]


Supports to work with NoSQL databases using the Apache Gora framework.

Grapecamel-grape

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 grape:defaultMavenCoordinates

Grape component allows you to fetch, load and manage additional jars when CamelContext is running.

Geocodercamel-geocoder

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geocoder:<address|latlng:latitude,longitude>[?options]

Supports looking up geocoders for an address, or reverse lookup geocoders from an address.

Google Guava EventBuscamel-guava-eventbus

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guava-eventbus:busName[?options]

The Google Guava EventBus allows publish-subscribe-style communication between components without requiring the components to explicitly register with one another (and thus be aware of each other). This component provides integration bridge between Camel and Google Guava EventBus infrastructure.

Hazelcast / camel-hazelcast

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hazelcast://[type]:cachename[?options]

Hazelcast is a data grid entirely implemented in Java (single jar). This component supports map, multimap, seda, queue, set, atomic number and simple cluster support.

HBasecamel-hbase

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hbase://table[?options]

For reading/writing from/to an HBase store (Hadoop database)

HDFScamel-hdfs

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hdfs://hostName[:port][/path][?options]

For reading/writing from/to an HDFS filesystem using Hadoop 1.x

HDFS2camel-hdfs2

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hdfs2://hostName[:port][/path][?options]

For reading/writing from/to an HDFS filesystem using Hadoop 2.x

Hipchatcamel-hipchat

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hipchat://[host][:port]?options

 For sending/receiving messages to Hipchat using v2 API

HL7camel-hl7

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mina2:tcp://hostName[:port][?options]

For working with the HL7 MLLP protocol and the HL7 data format using the HAPI library

Infinispancamel-infinispan

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infinispan://hostNamecacheName[?options]

For reading/writing from/to Infinispan distributed key/value store and data grid

HTTPcamel-http

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http:hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]

For calling out to external HTTP servers using Apache HTTP Client 3.x

HTTP4camel-http4

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http4:hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]

For calling out to external HTTP servers using Apache HTTP Client 4.x

iBATIScamel-ibatis

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ibatis://statementName[?options]

Performs a query, poll, insert, update or delete in a relational database using Apache iBATIS

Ignitecamel-ignite

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ignite:[cache/compute/messaging/...][?options]

Apache Ignite  In-Memory Data Fabric is a high-performance, integrated and distributed in-memory platform for computing and transacting on large-scale data sets in real-time, orders of magnitude faster than possible with traditional disk-based or flash technologies. It is designed to deliver uncompromised performance for a wide set of in-memory computing use cases from high performance computing, to the industry most advanced data grid, highly available service grid, and streaming.

IMAPcamel-mail

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imap://[username@]hostName[:port][?options]

Receiving email using IMAP

IMAPScamel-mail

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imaps://[username@]hostName[:port][?options]

...

IRCcamel-irc

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irc:[login@]hostName[:port]/#room[?options]

For IRC communication

IronMQ camel-ironmq

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ironmq:queueName[?options]


For working with IronMQ a elastic and durable hosted message queue as a service.

JavaSpacecamel-javaspace

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javaspace:jini://hostName[?options]

Sending and receiving messages through JavaSpace

jBPMcamel-jbpm

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jbpm:hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]

Sending messages through kie-remote-client API to jBPM.

jcachecamel-jcache

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jcache:cacheName[?options]

The JCache component facilitates creation of caching endpoints and processors using JCache / jsr107 as the cache implementation.

jcloudscamel-jclouds

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jclouds:<blobstore|compute>:[provider id][?options]

For interacting with cloud compute & blobstore service via jclouds

JCRcamel-jcr

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jcr://user:password@repository/path/to/node[?options]

Storing a message in a JCR compliant repository like Apache Jackrabbit

JDBCcamel-jdbc

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jdbc:dataSourceName[?options]

For performing JDBC queries and operations

Jettycamel-jetty

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jetty:hostName[:port][/resourceUri][?options]

For exposing or consuming services over HTTP

JGroupscamel-jgroups

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jgroups:clusterName[?options]

The jgroups: component provides exchange of messages between Camel infrastructure and JGroups clusters.

JIRAcamel-jira

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jira://endpoint[?options]

For interacting with JIRA

JMScamel-jms

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jms:[queue:|topic:]destinationName[?options]

Working with JMS providers

JMXcamel-jmx

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jmx://platform[?options]

For working with JMX notification listeners

JPAcamel-jpa

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jpa://entityName[?options]

For using a database as a queue via the JPA specification for working with OpenJPA, Hibernate or TopLink

JOLT camel-jolt

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jolt:specName[?options]


 

The jolt: component allows you to process a JSON messages using an JOLT specification. This can be ideal when doing JSON to JSON transformation.

Jschcamel-jsch

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scp://hostName[:port]/destination[?options]

Support for the scp protocol

JT/400 camel-jt400

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jt400://user:pwd@system/<path_to_dtaq>[?options]

For integrating with data queues on an AS/400 (aka System i, IBM i, i5, ...) system

Kafkacamel-kafka

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kafka://server:port[?options]


For producing to or consuming from Apache Kafka message brokers.

Kestrelcamel-kestrel

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kestrel://[addresslist/]queueName[?options]

For producing to or consuming from Kestrel queues

Kraticamel-krati

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krati://[path to datastore/][?options]

For producing to or consuming to Krati datastores

Kubernetescamel-kubernetes

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kubernetes:masterUrl[?options]

 For integrating your application with Kubernetes standalone or on top of OpenShift.

Kuracamel-kura

 

For deploying Camel OSGi routes into the Eclipse Kura M2M container.

Languagecamel-core

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language://languageName[:script][?options]

Executes Languages scripts

LDAPcamel-ldap

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ldap:host[:port][?options]

Performing searches on LDAP servers (<scope> must be one of object|onelevel|subtree)

LinkedIncamel-linkedin

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linkedin://endpoint-prefix/endpoint?[options]

Component for retrieving LinkedIn user profiles, connections, companies, groups, posts, etc. using LinkedIn REST API.

Logcamel-core

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log:loggingCategory[?options]

Uses Jakarta Commons Logging to log the message exchange to some underlying logging system like log4j

Lucenecamel-lucene

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lucene:searcherName:<insert|query>[?options]

Uses Apache Lucene to perform Java-based indexing and full text based searches using advanced analysis/tokenization capabilities

Lumberjackcamel-lumberjack

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lumberjack:host[:port]

 Uses the Lumberjack protocol for retrieving logs (from Filebeat for instance)

Metricscamel-metrics

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metrics:[meter|counter|histogram|timer]:metricname[?options]

Uses Metrics   to collect application statistics directly from Camel routes.

MINAcamel-mina

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mina:[tcp|udp|vm]:host[:port][?options]

Working with Apache MINA 1.x

MINA2camel-mina2

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mina2:[tcp|udp|vm]:host[:port][?options]

Working with Apache MINA 2.x

Mockcamel-core

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mock:name[?options]

For testing routes and mediation rules using mocks

MLLPcamel-mllp

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mllp:host:port[?options]


The MLLP component is specifically designed to handle the nuances of the MLLP protocol and provide the functionality required by Healthcare providers to communicate with other systems using the MLLP protocol

MongoDBcamel-mongodb

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mongodb:connectionBean[?options]

Interacts with MongoDB databases and collections. Offers producer endpoints to perform CRUD-style operations and more against databases and collections, as well as consumer endpoints to listen on collections and dispatch objects to Camel routes

MongoDB GridFScamel-mongodb-gridfs

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mongodb-gridfs:dbName[?options]

Sending and receiving files via MongoDB's GridFS system. Note: for Camel < 2.19, the URI syntax is gridfs:dbName[?options]

MQTTcamel-mqtt

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mqtt:name[?options]

Component for communicating with MQTT M2M message brokers

MSVcamel-msv

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msv:someLocalOrRemoteResource[?options]

Validates the payload of a message using the MSV Library

Mustachecamel-mustache

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mustache:templateName[?options]

Generates a response using a Mustache template

MVELcamel-mvel

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mvel:templateName[?options]

Generates a response using an MVEL template

MyBatiscamel-mybatis

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mybatis://statementName[?options]

Performs a query, poll, insert, update or delete in a relational database using MyBatis

Nagioscamel-nagios

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nagios://hostName[:port][?options]

Sending passive checks to Nagios using JSendNSCA

NATScamel-nats

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nats://servers[?options] 

For messaging with the NATS platform.

Nettycamel-netty

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netty:<tcp|udp>//host[:port][?options]

Working with TCP and UDP protocols using Java NIO based capabilities offered by the Netty project

Netty4 camel-netty4

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netty4:<tcp|udp>//host[:port][?options]


 Working with TCP and UDP protocols using Java NIO based capabilities offered by the Netty project

Netty HTTPcamel-netty-http

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netty-http:http:[port]/context-path[?options]

Netty HTTP server and client using the Netty project

Netty4 HTTPcamel-netty4-http

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netty4-http:http:[port]/context-path[?options]
 Netty HTTP server and client using the Netty project 4.x

Olingo2camel-olingo2

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olingo2:endpoint/resource-path[?options]

Communicates with OData 2.0 services using Apache Olingo 2.0.

Openshiftcamel-openshift

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openshift:clientId[?options]

To manage your Openshift applications.

OptaPlannercamel-optaplanner

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optaplanner:solverConfig[?options]

Solves the planning problem contained in a message with OptaPlanner.

Paho camel-paho

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paho:topic[?options]


 Paho component provides connector for the MQTT messaging protocol using the Paho library.

Pax-Loggingcamel-paxlogging

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paxlogging:appender

Receiving Pax-Logging events in OSGi

PDFcamel-pdf

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pdf:operation[?options]

Allows to work with Apache PDFBox PDF documents

PGEvent camel-pgevent

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pgevent:dataSource[?options]


Allows for Producing/Consuming PostgreSQL events related to the LISTEN/NOTIFY commands added since PostgreSQL 8.3

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