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== Camel Example Netty Custom Correlation
This example shows how to use TCP communication with Netty using a custom codec
to encode and decode the data over the wire.
The example also uses a single shared connection between the client and the server
to multiplex concurrent messages over the same connection. A custom correlation manager
is implemented to be able to correlate the request and response message pairs so you
do not mix-data to wrong replies.
=== Build
You will need to compile this example first:
$ mvn compile
=== How to run
You can run this example using two JVMs.
To start the server run:
$ mvn exec:java -P server
To start the client run:
$ mvn exec:java -P client
In the client output you should see it logs request/response pairs.
For requests that contains the word `beer` is delayed on the server side, and you
should notice that its corresponding reply is correlated correctly to its belonging request thread.
Also, the messages can be inter-leaved when some messages are faster than others.
=== Help and contributions
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