Retrieving Local Files from a JMS Queue

In this example, we will retrieve the messages we put on the message queue in post Sending Local Files to a JMS Queue and stored them locally.Edit JMSCopier.javaAdd the¬†retrieveFileFromJMS method to the JMSCopier class as follows:  JMSCopier.java Edit JMSCopierTest.java Add the method testRetrieveLocalFilesFromJMSQueue to the JMSCopierTest class as follows: JMSCopierTest.java Note, you will need to … Continue reading Retrieving Local Files from a JMS Queue

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Sending Local files to a JMS Queue

In our next example we will send local files to a JMS Queue and then view the Queue using the console. Edit pom.xml First we need to add the dependencies for JMS as follows: pom.xml Create JMSCopier.java Next we want to create the JMSCopier.java code that will use Camel to send our local files to … Continue reading Sending Local files to a JMS Queue

Copying Files using Camel

This post continues on from Copying Files Using Java Edit FileCopier.java Edit the file FileCopier.java to add a new copyFile method, giving the following code FileCopier.java Edit FileCopierTest.java Edit the FileCopierTest.java code to add a second Test Case as follows: FileCopierTest.java Remember to change your inputPath and outputPath to match your own filesystem. Run the … Continue reading Copying Files using Camel

Copying Files using Java

I'm getting into Camel for the first time, and working through some of the examples in Camel In Action. These posts are my efforts at some of the examples, working on a Mac using Spring STS. The following example is pretty much a copy and paste from the Camel In Action Book, but I've broken … Continue reading Copying Files using Java