XMPP Component

The xmpp: component implements an XMPP (Jabber) transport.

Maven users will need to add the following dependency to their pom.xml for this component:

<dependency>
    <groupId>org.apache.camel</groupId>
    <artifactId>camel-xmpp</artifactId>
    <version>x.x.x</version>
    <!-- use the same version as your Camel core version -->
</dependency>

URI format

xmpp://[login@]hostname[:port][/participant][?Options]

The component supports both room based and private person-person conversations.
The component supports both producer and consumer (you can get messages from XMPP or send messages to XMPP). Consumer mode supports rooms starting from camel-1.5.0.

You can append query options to the URI in the following format, ?option=value&option=value&...

Options

Name Description
room

If this option is specified, the component will connect to MUC (Multi User Chat). Usually, the domain name for MUC is different from the login domain. For example, if you are superman@jabber.org and want to join the krypton room, then the room URL is krypton@conference.jabber.org. Note the conference part.
Starting from camel-1.5.0, it is not a requirement to provide the full room JID. If the room parameter does not contain the @ symbol, the domain part will be discovered and added by Camel

user User name (without server name). If not specified, anonymous login will be attempted.
password Password.
resource XMPP resource. The default is Camel.
createAccount If true, an attempt to create an account will be made. Default is false.
participant JID (Jabber ID) of person to receive messages. room parameter has precedence over participant.
nickname Use nickname when joining room. If room is specified and nickname is not, user will be used for the nickname.
serviceName Camel 1.6/2.0 The name of the service you are connecting to. For Google Talk, this would be gmail.com.

Headers and setting Subject or Language

Camel sets the message IN headers as properties on the XMPP message. You can configure a HeaderFilterStategy if you need custom filtering of headers.
In Camel 1.6.2/2.0 the Subject and Language of the XMPP message are also set if they are provided as IN headers.

Examples

User superman to join room krypton at jabber server with password, secret:

xmpp://superman@jabber.org/?room=krypton@conference.jabber.org&password=secret

User superman to send messages to joker:

xmpp://superman@jabber.org/joker@jabber.org?password=secret

Routing example in Java:

from("timer://kickoff?period=10000").
setBody(constant("I will win!\n Your Superman.")).
to("xmpp://superman@jabber.org/joker@jabber.org?password=secret");

Consumer configuration, which writes all messages from joker into the queue, evil.talk.

from("xmpp://superman@jabber.org/joker@jabber.org?password=secret").
to("activemq:evil.talk");

Consumer configuration, which listens to room messages (supported from camel-1.5.0):

from("xmpp://superman@jabber.org/?password=secret&room=krypton@conference.jabber.org").
to("activemq:krypton.talk");

Room in short notation (no domain part; for camel-1.5.0+):

from("xmpp://superman@jabber.org/?password=secret&room=krypton").
to("activemq:krypton.talk");

When connecting to the Google Chat service, you'll need to specify the serviceName as well as your credentials (as of Camel 1.6/2.0):

                // send a message from fromuser@gmail.com to touser@gmail.com
                from("direct:start").
                        to("xmpp://talk.google.com:5222/touser@gmail.com?serviceName=gmail.com&user=fromuser&password=secret").
                        to("mock:result");

See Also