This example shows how to use Camel Aggregator EIP which offers (since Camel 2.3) database persistence.
It‘s an interactive example where you can type in some numbers which then are aggregated (summed, per this sample’s aggregation strategy) whenever the user types STOP.
The user can then enter more numbers to do another aggregation.
The example is run using Maven.
First compile the example by entering:
To run the example type:
To stop the example hit ctrl+c. If you restart it and resume entering numbers you should see that it remembered previously entered values, as it uses a persistent store.
This example is documented at http://camel.apache.org/aggregate-example.html
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