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A message router, shown in Figure 13.7, is a type of filter that consumes messages from a single consumer endpoint and redirects them to the appropriate target endpoint, based on a particular decision criterion. A message router is concerned only with redirecting messages; it does not modify the message content.

A message router can easily be implemented in Fuse Mediation Router using the choice() processor, where each of the alternative target endpoints can be selected using a when() subclause (for details of the choice processor, see Processors).

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