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The messaging gateway pattern, shown in Figure 18.8, describes an approach to integrating with a messaging system, where the messaging system's API remains hidden from the programmer at the application level. One of the more common example is when you want to translate synchronous method calls into request/reply message exchanges, without the programmer being aware of this.


The following Fuse Mediation Router components provide this kind of integration with the messaging system:

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