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Defining a Basic Route in XML

To understand how to build a route using XML, you must understand some of the basic concepts of the routing language, such as sources and targets, processors, expressions and predicates, and message exchanges. For definitions and explanations of these concepts see Basic Java DSL Syntax.

Example 3.3 shows an example of a basic route in XML, which connects a source endpoint, SourceURL, directly to a destination endpoint, TargetURL.

where CamelContextID is an arbitrary, unique identifier for the Camel context. The route is defined by a route element, and there can be multiple route elements under the camelContext element.