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Chapter 1. Fuse Services Framework Configuration Overview

Fuse Services Framework Configuration Files
Making Your Configuration File Available

Fuse Services Framework adopts an approach of zero configuration, or configuration by exception. Configuration is required only if you want to either customize the runtime to exhibit non-default behavior or if you want to activate some of the more advanced features.

Fuse Services Framework supports a number of configuration methods if you want to change the default behavior, enable specific functionality or fine-tune a component’s behavior. The supported configuration methods include:

Spring XML configuration is, however, the most versatile way to configure Fuse Services Framework and is the recommended approach to use.