7 Replies Latest reply on May 26, 2009 5:16 PM by Oisin Hurley

    Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]

    Paulo Sampei Newbie

      Hi forum,

       

      I´m trying learning more about Fuse Integration, but still with very difficult to learn and would like to know, which the next step, when created FIDD.

       

      Maybe the next step, should be: Import (.eip) to ESB.

       

      I´m using the example to create a simple FIDD with 3 steps on 'itinerary':

       

      FileEndPoint -


      > MessageFilter -
      > FileEndPoint

       

      FEP: \wrk\demoProject\bookstore

      MF: xpath:/bookstore/book/price                            

      FEP: \wrk\demoProject\bookstore-out

       

      Any advice can help and will be welcome.....

       

      Cheers...

       

      Paulo Sampei.

        • 1. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
          Oisin Hurley Novice

          Hi Paolo,

          Just yesterday we uploaded a brand new version of the FUSE Integration Designer to FUSE Source.

           

          This new version 1.2 addresses an enormous amount of bugs and missing capabilities from 1.1, and also has a considerable amount of built-in Eclipse help to get you up and running.

           

          The download is a full Eclipse install, with all the required plugins in place. It's large, but it means no fiddling about with update sites is required.

           

          Try it out and let us know how it goes for you.

           

          --oh

          • 2. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
            Paulo Sampei Newbie

            Hello oisin,

             

            Thank to reply , then i will go download new version, and i go test this.

             

            But other question: after create the FID, this version 1.2, it then go transfer to Fuse ESB (auto), or no??..

             

            I trying understand, after of create process, How i do to transfer to Fuse ESB?.

             

            cheers,

             

            Paulo Sampei.

            • 3. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
              Sachin Hejip Newbie

              Hi Paulo,

               

              In 1.2 you will be able to set up ESB in the Servers view (right click New>Server and then choose the version of FUSE ESB you want to use). You can then add the EIP project onto the configured server and publish the EIP to the ESB. The 1.2 tooling will take care of all the required packaging.

               

              Let us know how it goes.

              Regards,

              Sachin

              • 4. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
                Paulo Sampei Newbie

                Hi Sachin,

                 

                thank you to advice and reply....

                 

                Now i´m trying create a new Maven Project, using OSGI, but when create new project, show a message error:

                 

                Unable to create project from archetype org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT -> http://static.springframework.org/maven2-snapshots

                The desired archetype does not exist (org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT)

                 

                Console:

                 

                5/25/09 9:46:01 AM BRT: Eclipse is running in a JRE, but a JDK is required

                Some Maven plugins may not work when importing projects or updating source folders.

                5/25/09 9:46:11 AM BRT: Unable to update index for m2eclipse http://repo.fusesource.com/maven2/

                5/25/09 9:49:06 AM BRT: INFO Setting property: classpath.resource.loader.class => 'org.codehaus.plexus.velocity.ContextClassLoaderResourceLoader'.

                5/25/09 9:49:06 AM BRT: INFO Setting property: velocimacro.messages.on => 'false'.

                5/25/09 9:49:06 AM BRT: INFO Setting property: resource.loader => 'classpath'.

                5/25/09 9:49:06 AM BRT: INFO Setting property: resource.manager.logwhenfound => 'false'.

                5/25/09 9:49:22 AM BRT: INFO snapshot org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT: checking for updates from m2eclipse

                5/25/09 9:50:04 AM BRT: INFO snapshot org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT: checking for updates from spring-osgi-bundle-archetype-repo

                5/25/09 9:50:07 AM BRT: ERROR The desired archetype does not exist (org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT) The desired archetype does not exist (org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT)

                 

                 

                thank again....

                 

                Sampei.

                • 5. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
                  Oisin Hurley Novice

                   

                  Unable to create project from archetype org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT -> http://static.springframework.org/maven2-snapshots

                  The desired archetype does not exist (org.springframework.osgi:spring-osgi-bundle-archetype:1.0-m3-SNAPSHOT)

                   

                   

                  I tried to hit the http://static.springframework.org/maven2-snapshots address and got a 404 back - so it appears that the snapshots repo doesn't exist at that URL.

                   

                  This would be a good reason for there to be no archetype there

                   

                  --oh

                  • 6. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
                    Paulo Sampei Newbie

                    Hi Oisin, thanks......

                     

                    then, What´s the correct URL? other thing, What´s the MAVEN INDEXES ???

                     

                    Maybe can be this: Maven Indexes...

                     

                    Maven Indexes:

                    workspace

                    local: /psampei/.m2/repository

                    m2eclipse: http://repo.fusesource.com/maven2/

                     

                    The Catalog that i´m using is:

                     

                    Internal -


                    >

                                       GroupId: org.springframework.osgi

                                       Artifact: spring-osgibundle-archetype

                     

                    Always in Catalog 'Internal' show me the org.springframework, the others,

                    don't see on Nexus Indexer / Default Local.

                     

                    I dont know, but can be error in Maven...

                     

                    tks,

                     

                    Sampei.

                    • 7. Re: Creating Fuse Integration Designer Diagram - [Next Step]
                      Oisin Hurley Novice

                      Hi Paolo,

                      I'm afraid I don't know what the correct URL is - this is a SpringSource Maven repository, and you will have to visit their site to find out.

                       

                      The Maven indexes are a very important part of interacting with Maven in Eclipse. There is a Maven Indexes view - which you have found - where you should enter all of the repositories that you want to index, including the one in which the archetype is to be found

                       

                      Let's go back to the beginning here.

                       

                      Where do you start? What is the series of choices that you make when constructing this project?  Then I can check to see if I am getting the same effect that you are seeing.