I kind of felt the same last week when I started looking into this,
but there is light at the end of the tunnel! :)
Anyway, drools-server is the example of how to use the 5.1.1 camel
functionality to configure a server that exposes drools as a REST
service. There are a couple blogs where Mark discusses that as well.
This week I implemented support for pipelining camel messages and
payloads and insert them as facts into drools sessions/entry points,
and I am implementing support for drools channels to feed events back
into a camel flow.
A GUI for configuring all this would go a long way in simplifying
all of this. Any takers? :)
2010/11/24 Wolfgang Laun <wolfgang.laun(a)gmail.com>:
I've read the Chapter 1, Apache Camel Integration, and looked at
* Is there a complete example or an equivalent guideline that is *not*
based on some *test* classes such as CamelSpringTestSupport, which
certainly aren't meant for production?
* 5.1.1 Javadoc appear to avoid anything about the classes in
drools-camel, not in the API or elsewhere. Did I miss it?
Thanks for pointers
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