Are you using features to install the camel components?
And then after that you can install your own bundle.
See more details here http://fusesource.com/docs/esb/4.3.1/esb_deploy_osgi/index.html
Yes that was my first attempt. I have all the 'required' features:install'ed.
I think the issue is with the dependancies. FUSE (Felix) just can't find things. Out of the Box - I deployed Fuse 4.3.0, ran it, installed the features I use (camel, camel-jms, camel-jetty, camel-jpa).
I then deploy'ed my bundle, which was created via the 'org.apache.felix:maven-bundle-plugin:bundle' Maven goal. I would have wanted to use the 'bundleall' goal since my issue is with classes not being found, but that goal errors out continuiously.
After the deploy, FUSE's logs state that the ActiveMQ Broker class cannot be found. I can fix that issue by finding the jar on the Net and depositing in into the LIB directory, but that seems wrong and is just the tip of the iceberg, as the next issue states that another class cannot be found.
Thanks for any help I get. This POC is tryhing to prove out different ESBs based on their usability.
You can take a look at some of the examples in the Fuse ESB examples directory. There should be some Camel JMS examples. They are all OSGi and should be ready to be installed. Some of the examples provided their own feature file AFAIR.
That would even make installing your own applications much easier as its just one command.
If you still have issues you may have to provide more details such as stacktrace dumps and maybe some sample code.
Fuse ESB 4.3.1 is about to be released. It may be worthwhile to try that release, as its improved over the last release. For example Camel has been upgraded from 2.4 to 2.6.
Can you provide us with the output of the 'osgi:headers ' command, as well as the exception that you're seeing at runtime? It's a bit hard to guess what's wrong without these bits of information.
FWIW, the 4.3.1-fuse-00-00 release is available on http://fusesource.com/products/enterprise-servicemix as well