Chapter 3. Features

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This chapter provides the necessary information about Camel on EAP features.

Camel Context Definitions

Camel Contexts can be configured in standalone-camel.xml and domain.xml as part of the subsystem definition like this

<subsystem xmlns="urn:jboss:domain:camel:1.0">
   <camelContext id="system-context-1">
       <from uri="direct:start"/>
         <simple>Hello #{body}</simple>

Camel Context Deployments

You can deploy camel contexts to JBoss EAP with a -camel-context.xml suffix as:

  • a standalone XML file
  • a part of another supported deployment

A deployment may contain multiple -camel-context.xml files.

A deployed Camel context is CDI injectable like this

@Resource(lookup = "java:jboss/camel/context/mycontext")
CamelContext camelContext;
### Management Console

By default, access to management consoles is secured. Therefore, you need to setup a Management User first.

$ bin/

What type of user do you wish to add?
 a) Management User (
 b) Application User (

The console should show the camel context from subsystem configuration.

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Arquillian Test Support

The Camel on EAP test suite uses the WildFly Arquillian managed container. This can connect to an already running JBoss EAP instance or alternatively start up a standalone server instance when needed.

A number of test enrichers have been implemented that allow you to have these Camel on EAP specific types injected into your Arquillian test cases.

CamelContextFactory contextFactory;

CamelContextRegistry contextRegistry;
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