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Static Routing Slip

The static routing slip pattern in the EIP service engine is used to route an InOut message exchange through a series of endpoints.

The following example shows how to define a static routing slip using the EIP service engine. Incoming messages pass through each of the endpoints, test:procA, test:procB, and test:procC, where the output of each endpoint is connected to the input of the next endpoint in the chain. The final endpoint, tets:procC, sends its output (Out message) back to the caller.

<eip:static-routing-slip service="test:routingSlip" endpoint="endpoint">
  <eip:targets>
    <eip:exchange-target service="test:procA" />
    <eip:exchange-target service="test:procB" />
    <eip:exchange-target service="test:procC" />
  </eip:targets>
</eip:static-routing-slip>

The following table lists attributes of eip:static-routing-slip:


The following table lists elements of eip:static-routing-slip: