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Tracer Example
This example shows how to persist Camel trace event messages into a database using JPA.
You will need to compile this example first:
mvn compile
For a background in tracer and JPA see
To run the example with Maven, type
mvn camel:run
In the HSQL Database Explorer type
select * from camel_messagetraced
to see the trace events of the Exchanges. Notice how the Exchange correlates with
fromNode/toNode so you exactly can see how a given Exchange was routed in Camel.
Using the query:
select shortExchangeId, previousNode, toNode, body from camel_messagetraced order by id
is a bit more easier to read as it uses the fields we are most interested in to see how Exchanges
was routed in Camel.
In the console you can enter some words separated with space. Try to enter:
nice beer
beer whiskey
camel nice day
This example will based on the input get some quotes from the input and select the best quote
to return as response in the console.
To stop the example hit ctrl + c
This example is documented at
If you hit any problems please let us know on the Camel Forums
Please help us make Apache Camel better - we appreciate any feedback you may
have. Enjoy!
The Camel riders!