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The pipes and filters pattern, shown in Figure 4.4, describes a way of constructing a route by creating a chain of filters, where the output of one filter is fed into the input of the next filter in the pipeline (analogous to the UNIX pipe command). The advantage of the pipeline approach is that it enables you to compose services (some of which can be external to the Fuse Mediation Router application) to create more complex forms of message processing.

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