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New Camel + Camunda BPM Support Tool

07.31.2013
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In the last week, the open source BPM platform, Camunda, received a connecting tool for Apache Camel on GitHub.

This project started as a fork of Activiti's Apache Camel module and we have taken a back-to-basics approach in the migration of the code to camunda BPM. What this basically means (among other things) is that, at the moment, instead of providing a CamelBehavior to communicate with Camel, a light-weight CamelService is provided that can be used in ServiceTask expresssions to send data to Camel (see below for examples).

-- camunda-bpm-camel GitHub page


The Spring module for this tool already supports a few use cases, but the CDI module isn't quite stable yet.