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  • Spring Integration and blueprint for OSGI possible?

    Hi Mark and team,
    There has been a decision within our company to move our applications as features/bundles onto FuseESB which uses Apache Karaf as the OSGI engine and use blueprint for the same. Is there anyway I could mix and match my SI DSL context files and blueprint together? Though karaf supports spring context files,we have been told to use blueprint . Appreciate your response!

    Regards,
    Anoop

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    Hi Mark and team ,
    Any suggestions, opinions about this? Is simply not possible, would love to hear from you guys before we make a decision to drop spring integration and spring batch from our current project.

    Many thanks,
    Anoop

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    • #3
      Yes, you can use both blueprint and SI configuration files.

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      • #4
        Thank you Mark, that is a relief! Not fishing for easy answers, but I havent been able to locate much on google yet. So coming to the point, could I just import the spring integration context into a blueprint.xml that only contains the bean definitions. So that I am using blueprint per instructions, but that sort of redirects all flow logic to the spring context with the SI flow defined?

        Thanks,
        Anoop

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        • #5
          Sure, that should work. The two main options in terms of what you export to the service-registry from the Spring Integration side would be a Message Channel or a Gateway. This blog is a bit old, but it should help:
          http://blog.springsource.org/2009/02...-on-dm-server/

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