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camel | Apache Camel is an open source integration framework

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camel is a Java library. camel has no bugs, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. However camel has 9 vulnerabilities. You can download it from GitHub.
Camel empowers you to define routing and mediation rules in a variety of domain-specific languages (DSL, such as Java, XML, Groovy, Kotlin, and YAML). This means you get smart completion of routing rules in your IDE, whether in a Java or XML editor. Apache Camel uses URIs to enable easier integration with all kinds of transport or messaging model including HTTP, ActiveMQ, JMS, JBI, SCA, MINA or CXF together with working with pluggable Data Format options. Apache Camel is a small library that has minimal dependencies for easy embedding in any Java application. Apache Camel lets you work with the same API regardless of the transport type, making it possible to interact with all the components provided out-of-the-box, with a good understanding of the API. Apache Camel has powerful Bean Binding and integrated seamlessly with popular frameworks such as Spring, Quarkus, and CDI. Apache Camel has extensive testing support allowing you to easily unit test your routes.
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  • camel has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 4223 star(s) with 4496 fork(s). There are 274 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • camel has no issues reported. There are 7 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of camel is current.
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  • camel has no bugs reported.
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  • camel has 9 vulnerability issues reported (2 critical, 6 high, 1 medium, 0 low).
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  • camel is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • camel releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed camel and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into camel implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Adds javadoc options to the javadoc output directory .
  • Find class properties .
  • Generate the parser .
  • Parse the next element .
  • Execute all routes for the catalog .
  • Creates the route .
  • moves from the current state
  • Returns the endpoint properties for the given endpoint .
  • Configures the given camel context from the main configuration file .
  • Generate model from key - value map .

camel Key Features

Apache Camel is an open source integration framework that empowers you to quickly and easily integrate various systems consuming or producing data.

vue single file components naming; is it important?

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name: 'InventoryComp` // or inventory-comp

Create http and https endpoint using camel in the same server with jetty

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@Produces
@ApplicationScoped 
@Named("jetty")
public final JettyHttpComponent createJettyComponent1() {       
    return this.configureJetty(false);
}

@Produces
@ApplicationScoped 
@Named("jettys")
public final JettyHttpComponent createJettyComponent2() {       
    return this.configureJetty(true);
}  

private void configureJetty(boolean ssl) {
   ...
    JettyHttpComponent jettyComponent = new JettyHttpComponent();
    if (ssl) {
        jettyComponent.setSslContextParameters(scp);
    }   
}

camel to human readable text with brackets '('

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const camelToHumanReadable = (camelCase) => {
  const result = camelCase
    .replace(/[A-Z\d]+/g, ' $&')     // Add a space before one or more uppers or digits
    .replace(/[A-Z][a-z]/g, ' $&') // Add a space before an upper and a lower
    .replace(/( )+/g, '$1')        // Reduce spaces
    .replace(/(^|\S)- +/g, '$1-')   // Remove spaces after a non-white and -
    .replace(/([A-Za-z0-9])([({<[])/g, '$1 $2') // Add space between alnum and open punct
    .replace(/([({<[])\s+(?=[A-Za-z0-9])/g, '$1')  // Remove spaces between open punct and alnum
    .trim();

  return result.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + result.slice(1);
};
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('ItIsBeautiful'))    // It Is Beautiful
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Active-UserHere'))  // Active-User Here
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('IAmFromTheUSA'))    // I Am From The USA
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Test1'))            // Test 1
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Amazing(Stuff)'))   // Amazing (Stuff)
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const camelToHumanReadable = (camelCase) => {
  const result = camelCase
    // // forgiving/loose ... [https://regex101.com/r/LxXnR2/2]
    //.replace(/\(*(?:[A-Z]|(?<=\d))[a-z]+\)*/g, ' $& ')
    //
    // strict ... [https://regex101.com/r/LxXnR2/1]
    .replace(/\(*[A-Z][a-z]+\)*/g, ' $& ')
    .replace(/\s*-\s*/g, '-')
    .replace(/\s+/g, ' ')
    .trim();

  return result.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + result.slice(1);
};

console.log(camelToHumanReadable('ItIsBeautiful')) // It Is Beautiful
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Test-DashHere')) // Test-Dash Here
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('iAmFromTheUSA')) // I Am From The USA
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Test1')) // Test 1
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('amazing(Stuff)')) // Amazing (Stuff)

console.log(
  `ItIsBeautiful
  itIsBeautiful
  Active-UserHere
  Active-USERHere
  active-USERHere
  anActive-USERHere
  AnActive-USERHere
  iAmFromTheUSAAndA
  IAmFromTheUSAAndA
  IAmFromTheUSA
  amazing(Stuff-abc)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-abc)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-ABC)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-abc)
  Amazing(Stuff)
  Amazing(Stuff-Abc)(Stuff)
  Test13-45Test3AndUSAAnd-4-5-testTest-2-3Test`
  .split(/\n+/)
  .map(camelToHumanReadable)
);
.as-console-wrapper { min-height: 100%!important; top: 0; }
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const camelToHumanReadable = (camelCase) => {
  const result = camelCase
    // // forgiving/loose ... [https://regex101.com/r/LxXnR2/2]
    //.replace(/\(*(?:[A-Z]|(?<=\d))[a-z]+\)*/g, ' $& ')
    //
    // strict ... [https://regex101.com/r/LxXnR2/1]
    .replace(/\(*[A-Z][a-z]+\)*/g, ' $& ')
    .replace(/\s*-\s*/g, '-')
    .replace(/\s+/g, ' ')
    .trim();

  return result.charAt(0).toUpperCase() + result.slice(1);
};

console.log(camelToHumanReadable('ItIsBeautiful')) // It Is Beautiful
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Test-DashHere')) // Test-Dash Here
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('iAmFromTheUSA')) // I Am From The USA
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('Test1')) // Test 1
console.log(camelToHumanReadable('amazing(Stuff)')) // Amazing (Stuff)

console.log(
  `ItIsBeautiful
  itIsBeautiful
  Active-UserHere
  Active-USERHere
  active-USERHere
  anActive-USERHere
  AnActive-USERHere
  iAmFromTheUSAAndA
  IAmFromTheUSAAndA
  IAmFromTheUSA
  amazing(Stuff-abc)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-abc)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-ABC)AndMore
  Amazing(Stuff-abc)
  Amazing(Stuff)
  Amazing(Stuff-Abc)(Stuff)
  Test13-45Test3AndUSAAnd-4-5-testTest-2-3Test`
  .split(/\n+/)
  .map(camelToHumanReadable)
);
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Using dynamic fileName in camel file route

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from("file:/in?fileName="+name) 
String name="name";
        from("direct:start")
                .setProperty("name",constant(name))
                .to("file:/in?fileName=${exchangeProperty.name}");
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from("file:/in?fileName="+name) 
String name="name";
        from("direct:start")
                .setProperty("name",constant(name))
                .to("file:/in?fileName=${exchangeProperty.name}");

get JMSMessageID when use producerTemplate

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from("direct:queueMessage")
    .to("jms://myqueue?includeSentJMSMessageID=true")
    .setBody().simple("${header.JMSMessageID}");
String msgId = producerTemplate.requestBody("direct:queueMessage", body, String.class);
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from("direct:queueMessage")
    .to("jms://myqueue?includeSentJMSMessageID=true")
    .setBody().simple("${header.JMSMessageID}");
String msgId = producerTemplate.requestBody("direct:queueMessage", body, String.class);

Mongodb Java SDK not using the @BsonProperty as the field name

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private ObjectId id;
@BsonProperty(value = "product_sk")
private String productSK; // instead of ProductSK
@BsonProperty(value = "product_id")
private String productID; // instead of ProductID
@BsonProperty(value = "upc")
public String upc; // or uPC

Calculate length of 2 Strings and add them fails

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var (_, beverageName, beveragePrice) = menuData.trim().split(",")

Complete the solution so that the function will break up camel casing, using a space between words

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def fun(cc):
   new=""
   for letter in cc:
       if ord(letter) in range(65,91):
           new+=" "
       new+=letter
   return new
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import re



def fun(string):
    # Pattern:capture all letters where lowercase letters follow on single uppercase
    # or beginning of a string
    pattern=r"((?:[A-Z]|^[a-z]){1}[a-z]*)"
    # find all matches
    match = re.findall(pattern,string)
    
    # append to single result
    result = ""
    for i in match:
        result += i
        # Space as word divider
        result += " "
    
    return(result)

print(fun("camelCase"))
# camel Case

Circuit breaker for asynchronous microservices..?

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@Bean
public ThrottlingExceptionRoutePolicy myCustomPolicy() {
    // Important: do not open circuit for this kind of exceptions
    List<Class<?>> handledExceptions = Arrays.asList(MyException.class);
    return new ThrottlingExceptionRoutePolicy(failureThreshold, failureWindow, halfOpenAfter, handledExceptions);
} 
 
from("jms:queue:QueueA")
    .routePolicy(myCustomPolicy)
    .to("mock:MyService")

How to do a camel case to sentence case in dart

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String camelToSentence(String text) {
  return text.replaceAllMapped(RegExp(r'^([a-z])|[A-Z]'), 
          (Match m) => m[1] == null ? " ${m[0]}" : m[1].toUpperCase());
}
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(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])
String camelToSentence(String text) {
  var result = text.replaceAll(RegExp(r'(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])'), r" ");
  var finalResult = result[0].toUpperCase() + result.substring(1);
  return finalResult;
}
 
void main() {
    print(camelToSentence("camelToSentence"));
}
Camel To Sentence
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(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])
String camelToSentence(String text) {
  var result = text.replaceAll(RegExp(r'(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])'), r" ");
  var finalResult = result[0].toUpperCase() + result.substring(1);
  return finalResult;
}
 
void main() {
    print(camelToSentence("camelToSentence"));
}
Camel To Sentence
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(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])
String camelToSentence(String text) {
  var result = text.replaceAll(RegExp(r'(?<!^)(?=[A-Z])'), r" ");
  var finalResult = result[0].toUpperCase() + result.substring(1);
  return finalResult;
}
 
void main() {
    print(camelToSentence("camelToSentence"));
}
Camel To Sentence

Community Discussions

Trending Discussions on camel
  • vue single file components naming; is it important?
  • Create http and https endpoint using camel in the same server with jetty
  • How To Run Kafka Camel Connectors On Amazon MSK
  • camel to human readable text with brackets '('
  • Using dynamic fileName in camel file route
  • get JMSMessageID when use producerTemplate
  • Mongodb Java SDK not using the @BsonProperty as the field name
  • AMQ Error reading in simpleString, length=xxx is greater than readableBytes=yyy
  • ais-refinement-list in VueInstantSearch(Algolia) doesn't renders list
  • Calculate length of 2 Strings and add them fails
Trending Discussions on camel

QUESTION

vue single file components naming; is it important?

Asked 2021-Jun-16 at 00:25

What's the point of the name of a single file vue component?

In this example:

<template>
  <div class="inventory-section">    
    <draggable v-model="itemSectionProps.itemSectionCategory">
      <transition-group>
        <div
          v-for="category in itemSectionProps.itemSectionCategory"
          :key="category.itemSectionCategoryId"
        >
          <!-- <p>{{ category.itemSectionCategoryName }}</p>  -->
          <inventory-section-group :itemSectionGroupProps="category">
          </inventory-section-group>
        </div>
      </transition-group>
    </draggable>
  </div>
</template>

<script>
import InventorySectionGroup from "./InventorySectionGroup";
import draggable from "vuedraggable";

export default {
  name: "Inventory",
  components: {
    InventorySectionGroup,
    draggable,
  },

inventory section group is named like:

<script>
import InventoryItem from "./InventorySectionGroupItemC";

export default {
  name: "Do I even have a point?",
  components: {
    InventoryItem,
  },
  props: {
    itemSectionGroupData: {
      type: Object,
    },
  },
};
</script>

so, does the name in the component matter?

After some testing, all components seem to work as long as they're translated from camel to kebap-case when imported (and used). Is this the case?

ANSWER

Answered 2021-Jun-16 at 00:25

A good justification for the name is that lets say you have a naming convention to your files and for components.

For example if all components are named with what they are but not appended with comp (ie: Inventory.vue instead of InventoryComp.vue) and when you use them you want to be more explicit about what they are (components) so you want to use this component like this: <inventory-comp />. An easy way to do this is to use the name property and set it like this in your Inventory.vue:

name: 'InventoryComp` // or inventory-comp

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67991068

Community Discussions, Code Snippets contain sources that include Stack Exchange Network

Vulnerabilities

Apache Camel's JMX is vulnerable to Rebind Flaw. Apache Camel 2.22.x, 2.23.x, 2.24.x, 2.25.x, 3.0.0 up to 3.1.0 is affected. Users should upgrade to 3.2.0.
Server-Side Template Injection and arbitrary file disclosure on Camel templating components
Apache Camel Netty enables Java deserialization by default. Apache Camel 2.22.x, 2.23.x, 2.24.x, 2.25.0, 3.0.0 up to 3.1.0 are affected. 2.x users should upgrade to 2.25.1, 3.x users should upgrade to 3.2.0.
Apache Camel RabbitMQ enables Java deserialization by default. Apache Camel 2.22.x, 2.23.x, 2.24.x, 2.25.0, 3.0.0 up to 3.1.0 are affected. 2.x users should upgrade to 2.25.1, 3.x users should upgrade to 3.2.0.
Apache Camel prior to 2.24.0 contains an XML external entity injection (XXE) vulnerability (CWE-611) due to using an outdated vulnerable JSON-lib library. This affects only the camel-xmljson component, which was removed.
Apache Camel before 2.9.7, 2.10.0 before 2.10.7, 2.11.0 before 2.11.2, and 2.12.0 allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary simple language expressions by including "$simple{}" in a CamelFileName message header to a (1) FILE or (2) FTP producer.
The XSLT component in Apache Camel before 2.11.4 and 2.12.x before 2.12.3 allows remote attackers to read arbitrary files and possibly have other unspecified impact via an XML document containing an external entity declaration in conjunction with an entity reference, related to an XML External Entity (XXE) issue.
The XSLT component in Apache Camel 2.11.x before 2.11.4, 2.12.x before 2.12.3, and possibly earlier versions allows remote attackers to execute arbitrary Java methods via a crafted message.

Install camel

To help you get started, try the following links:. The beginner examples are another powerful alternative pathway for getting started with Apache Camel.
Examples: https://github.com/apache/camel-examples/tree/main/examples#welcome-to-the-apache-camel-examples

Support

For any new features, suggestions and bugs create an issue on GitHub. If you have any questions check and ask questions on community page Stack Overflow .

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