1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 30, 2011 2:32 AM by Daniel Bevenius

    DSL Route to a HornetQ queue

    Chris Atkinson Newbie

      Hi,

       

      I am trying to use a Camel Service to route to another service using a HornetQ queue but I'm getting an error when I invoke the service.

       

      I was originally trying to ".to("jms:myqueue")" but got:

       

      3-1322605936244-1-1. Exhausted after delivery attempt: 1 caught: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: connectionFactory must be specified: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: connectionFactory must be specified

       

      I tried .to("jms:myqueue?connectionFactory=InVmConnectionFactory") but that failed because it could not convert from String to javax.jms.ConnectionFactory.

       

      I googled around and saw what looked like a switchyard variant:

       

      .to("hornetq:myqueue?transportConfiguration=#transportConfigBean")

       

      But I did not see how to configure the transportConfiguration.  The docs said:

       

      <bean id="transportConfigBean" class="org.hornetq.api.core.TransportConfiguration">
             <constructor-arg value="org.hornetq.core.remoting.impl.invm.InVMConnectorFactory"/>
         </bean>

       

      but I couldn't get that to work.

       

      What is the correct approach?

       

      BTW, my goal is to use a Camel Service to route to another service asynchronously.  Is this the correct way to do that? 

       

      Thanks!

      Chris

       

      My DSL bean:

       

      package com.example.switchyard.routerTest;

       

      import org.apache.camel.builder.RouteBuilder;

      import org.switchyard.component.camel.Route;

       

      @Route(Router.class)

      public class RouterBean extends RouteBuilder {

       

          public void configure() {

              from("switchyard://Router")

                  .log("+++ Message received in RouterBean Route")

                  .log("${body}")

                  .to("hornetq:GreetingServiceQueue?transportConfiguration=#transportConfigBean")

                  .to("switchyard://SinkTwo");

          }

      }

       

      My switchyard.xml:

       

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

      <switchyard xmlns="urn:switchyard-config:switchyard:1.0" name="routerTest" targetNamespace="urn:com.example.switchyard:routerTest:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT">

          <composite xmlns="http://docs.oasis-open.org/ns/opencsa/sca/200912" name="routerTest" targetNamespace="urn:com.example.switchyard:routerTest:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT">

              <service name="SinkOne" promote="SinkOne">

                  <hornetq:binding.hornetq xmlns:hornetq="urn:switchyard-component-hornetq:config:1.0">

                      <hornetq:operationSelector operationName="processData"/>

                      <hornetq:config>

                          <hornetq:connector>

                              <hornetq:factoryClass>org.hornetq.core.remoting.impl.invm.InVMConnectorFactory</hornetq:factoryClass>

                          </hornetq:connector>

                          <hornetq:queue>jms.queue.GreetingServiceQueue</hornetq:queue>

                      </hornetq:config>

                  </hornetq:binding.hornetq>

              </service>

       

              <component name="RouterBean">

                  <implementation.camel xmlns="urn:switchyard-component-camel:config:1.0">

                      <java class="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.RouterBean"/>

                  </implementation.camel>

                  <service name="Router">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.Router"/>

                  </service>

                  <reference name="SinkOne">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkOne"/>

                  </reference>

                  <reference name="SinkTwo">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkTwo"/>

                  </reference>

              </component>

              <component name="SinkOne">

                  <implementation.bean xmlns="urn:switchyard-component-bean:config:1.0" class="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkOneBean"/>

                  <service name="SinkOne">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkOne"/>

                  </service>

              </component>

              <component name="SinkTwo">

                  <implementation.bean xmlns="urn:switchyard-component-bean:config:1.0" class="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkTwoBean"/>

                  <service name="SinkTwo">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SinkTwo"/>

                  </service>

              </component>

              <component name="Source">

                  <implementation.bean xmlns="urn:switchyard-component-bean:config:1.0" class="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.SourceBean"/>

                  <service name="Source">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.Source"/>

                  </service>

                  <reference name="Router">

                      <interface.java interface="com.example.switchyard.routerTest.Router"/>

                  </reference>

              </component>

          </composite>

      </switchyard>

        • 1. Re: DSL Route to a HornetQ queue
          Daniel Bevenius Master

          Hi,

          I tried .to("jms:myqueue?connectionFactory=InVmConnectionFactory") but that failed because it could not convert from String to javax.jms.ConnectionFactory.

           

          You would need to use a reference which is indicated by the '#'. So that would be 'connectionFactory=#ConnectionFactory'. Which will then be looked up in JNDI.

           

          But I did not see how to configure the transportConfiguration.  The docs said:

           

          <bean id="transportConfigBean" class="org.hornetq.api.core.TransportConfiguration">
                 <constructor-arg value="org.hornetq.core.remoting.impl.invm.InVMConnectorFactory"/>
          </bean>

          This example is if you are using the HornetQ component in a standalone Spring application and not using SwitchYard.

           

          public void configure() {

                  from("switchyard://Router")

                      .log("+++ Message received in RouterBean Route")

                      .log("${body}")

                      .to("hornetq:GreetingServiceQueue?transportConfiguration=#transportConfigBean")

                      .to("switchyard://SinkTwo");

          }

           

          The '#' is used when you are referencing a bean in the Camel Registry at the moment the only way to do this is using CDI.

          You could however configure the HornetQ Component directly from within your configure method if you need control over the components configuration from inside a route:

           

          HornetQComponent hornetQComponent = new HornetQComponet();

          hornetQComponent.setTransportConfiguration(...);

          getContext().addComponent("hornetq", hornetqComponent);

           

          Regards,

           

          /Daniel