Welcome to the 2.0-M2 release which approx 222 issues resolved (new features, improvements and bug fixes such as...)
- Introduced type converter registry to allow end users to programmatic get access to this registry
- major improvements to Jetty for better handling of exception/faults and easier end-user customization how response should be written
- major improvements to [File] for consuming files, now supporting pluggable sorting, filtering and idempotent repositories.
- major refactor and improvements to FTP, aligning it with the [File] component.
- minor improvements to JDBC, SQL, HTTP and MINA
- major refactor and improvements to CXF component. CxfBinding, HeaderFilterStrategy, Bus can be looked up from registry and configured at the endpoint level.
- [File] and FTP producers added option to write files using a temporary name and then rename it to the real name after the write completes
- SFTP added support for knownhosts and privatekey files
- Mail now supports setting additional SUN java mail properties
- MINA now supports setting text line delimiters for textline codec.
- MINA producer now throws CamelExchangeException in case no response received from remote server when in sync mode (sync=true)
- RedeliveryPolicy added support for ref attribute to reference a existing policy in the Registry
- RedeliveryPolicy added
delayPatternoption for using a special pattern for setting different delay based on intervals
retryUntilpredicates to Exception Clause
- List component renamed to Browse
- Exception Clause is much smarter as it will use caused by exception hierarchy for matching as well (will use bottom ups)
- Dead Letter Channel and Exception Clause now have
onRedeliverto allow custom processing an Exchange before its being redelivered. Allowing you to work on the message being sent.
- Added support for [\# syntax in Endpoint URI's] to allow endpoint URI's to refer to bean in the Registry.
consumer.prefix can be omitted for scheduled polling consumers such as [File], FTP consumers. Thus the URI options is more simpler and you don't have to remember which requires
consumer.prefix and which doesn't.
- Tracer improved to allow custom routing and processing of TraceEventMessage so you can store trace logs as you like, for instance in a database.
- Tracer now also displays the previous node so you can see where the Exchange is coming from.
- Quartz has added support for stateful jobs.
- Introduced @FallbackConverter for using annotation based fallback type converters
- Extended content enrichment support via the enrich DSL element.
- Simple language now supports a basic set of operators.
- Aggregator now supports grouped exchanges out of the box, so you can combine all aggregated exchanges into a single grouped exchange going out.
- Multiple inputs can be define as input to routes:
- CXF component supports a new "cxfbean" endpoint that allows RESTful requests to be routed to JAXRS annotated service beans.
- Setting cron expression in camel-quartz improved.
- Better handling of interrupts while shutting down.
- The JMSReplyTo destination is available as Exchange property when consuming JMS messages.
- Better support for
InOptionalOutMessage Exchange Pattern.
- Pluggable Class Resolvers SPI for class resolvers allowing third party platforms such as JBoss to provide integration with Camel.
- Refined API to reduce package tangling.
- Introduced wireTap node for the Wire Tap EIP pattern, supporting the traditional tapping and sending a new message.
toFin the Java DSL to build uri strings using String.format with arguments, e.g.:
fromF("ftp://%s@myserver?password=%s", user, password)..to
- Improved tooling being able to retrieve more runtime information from the
- Scala DSL is improved
JmsMessageTypeoption to JMS to allow you to set which
javax.jms.Messageimplementation to use for sending a JMS message.
- Fixed a rare bug when JMX is disabled, a Dead Letter Channel could mistakenly be added to some routes, when a global
- JMS is now able to preserve hyphen in JMS keys (eg Content-Type can be sent as a Message header). Introduced pluggable strategy to allow end users to use their custom key formatter for encode/decode.
- Added option
transferExchangeto JMS so you can transfer the Exchange over the wire. Can be used to use JMS queues for Dead Letter Channel to preserve all information from the failed Exchange including the original exception with stack trace.
- Added option
transferExceptionto JMS so when using Request Reply messaging with JMS, any caused exception on the server side will be returned as response to the client.
rollbackas DSL keyword to force a rollback of the given Exchange. Does this by throwing an
- Added SOAP Message Header filtering capability in camel-cxf component.
- ProducerTeamplate API reworked for sendBody operations to return void, as they are InOnly. Use requestBody if you need InOut.
ConsumerTemplatesupporting the Polling Consumer EIP
- Custom endpoints with Spring @ManagedResource is now also registered in the mbean server.
- The default error handler is changed from Dead Letter Channel to DefaultErrorHandler.
- HTTP component added option
throwExceptionthat can be disabled to allow failed response codes to be returned without throwing a HttpOperationsFailedException.
- Overhaul and improvements to the Try Catch Finally DSLs, so they are on pair with the Exception Clause.
- Overhaul and improvements to the Intercept DSLs. Added new
interceptSendToEndpointto intercept sending to a given Endpoint.
- Added the notion of a Channel in the routes.
- Added support to navigate the routes at runtime, so you can dynamic change or affect the processors in the routes.
- Introduced a new Async API for asynchronous messaging.
- Jetty now supports configuring Handler for e.g. security.
- iBATIS added option to set
StatementTypefor fine grained control of which SqlMapClient operation to invoke. Allowing iBATIS component to be used like SQL or the JDBC component.
- Added OnCompletion callback to Exchange so you can do custom routing when an Exchange is completed. You can for instance use it to send an email if an Exchange failed.
- Added Failover as load balancer.
throwExceptionto the DSL.
- Added @Handler annotation to mark a method to be invoked when using POJO in routes.
- Predicate uses type coercion for improving matching, thus allowing you for instance to compare a String with an Integer, "true" with a boolean, or enum type as string etc.
- Started to standardize consumers that supported batching as a Batch Consumer.
- Connection pooling for FTP and MINA producers. This allows thread safe concurrency usage of these components out of the box. The connection pooling is pluggable so you can use a 3rd party pool framework.
- Added option
existFileto File and FTP component. This option allows you to configure what should happen when you write a file and an existing file with that name already exists. The File producer will now by default Override existing files. In Camel 1.x it would default append.
- SEDA and VM now supports Request Reply and waiting for the reply if one expected.
- Fixed issue with using 3rd party annotations and Camel annotations in same POJO class. Now all annotations is processed by Spring.
- Added Jackson as supported library for the JSON data format.
- Simplified using Delayer especially in Spring DSL.
- Improved Idempotent Consumer to eagerly detect duplicated messages for in progress exchanges.
- Added Camel property to set a max chars limit for
DEBUGlogs Message bodies. To avoid logging very big payloads. The default limit is 1000 chars.
- Configuration of http proxy is now possible with the HTTP component
- Message Filter EIP marks Exchanges as filtered and is now skipped for aggregation in
AggregationStrategyfor example used when doing Splitter or Aggregator
- DefaultErrorHandler is now just as powerful as Dead Letter Channel support redelivery et. all.
- Dead Letter Channel will by default handle exceptions.
- TransactionErrorHandler is now just as powerful as Dead Letter Channel support redelivery et. all.
New Data Formats
- camel-example-pojo-messaging shows how to use annotations to produce, consume or route messages to Camel endpoints without using any DSL.
- camel-example-reportincident is based on a real life use case.
- camel-example-tracer is a new example showing Tracer persisting trace events into a database using JPA
The sendBody methods now return void for InOnly messaging. Use requestBody if you want InOut messaging.
The aggregate method is now also invoked on the very first exchange. Allowing the end users to be in full power.
At this first invocation the
oldExchange parameter is
- Renamed DSL operations
- splitter -> split
- resequencer -> resequence
- aggregator -> aggregate
- delayer -> delay
- throttler -> throttle
- expression -> language
- try (Spring DSL) -> doTry
- catch (Spring DSL) -> doCatch
- finally (Spring DSL) -> doFinally
- tryBlock (Java DSL) -> doTry
- handle (Java DSL) -> doCatch
- finallyBlock (Java DSL) -> doFinally
- intercept -> interceptFrom
- thread -> threads
- throwFault has been removed, you can set a the fault using the
- Renamed DSL in SpringBuilder
- bean -> lookup
- The List component is renamed to Browse component
- The Queue component has been removed
- The FTP component have renamed some of its URI options
- The [File] component have renamed some of its URI options
- The CXF component have been refactored and APIs have been simplified
See known issues from previous releases.
The default error handler is no longer Dead Letter Channel but DefaultErrorHandler without redelivery support. There are no single solution that fits all solutions, so you should tailor the error handling according to your needs.
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