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The books listed here provide information and instructions for developing basic integration and routing applications—those that do not implement transactions or require custom-built processors.

  • Installing Fuse Mediation Router

    Provides detailed instructions for installing the Fuse Mediation Router software on Windows, Linux, Unix, and OS X platforms, using the binary distributions or building from source code. It also lays out the prerequisites needed to ensure a successful installation.

  • Migrating to Version 2.8.0

    Describes all changes made to the Fuse Mediation Router software and provides instructions for integrating the changes into existing applications.

  • Implementing Enterprise Integration Patterns

    Describes how to build routes, from the basic building blocks and principals to the supported Enterprise Integration Patterns (EIPs).

  • Programmer's Guide

    Chapters 1 through 5 describe Fuse Mediation Router basics and provide instructions for working with processors, type converters, consumer and producer templates, and components.

  • Deployment Guide

    Provides detailed instructions for defining, deploying, and running your Fuse Mediation Router application as a standalone or in a Spring container.

  • Fuse ESB Deploying into the OSGi Container

    Describes how to bundle and deploy Fuse Mediation Router routes into an OSGi container and how to generate, bundle and run a complete Fuse Mediation Router application in an OSGi container.

    This document is part of the Fuse ESB library, downloadable from the Fuse ESB web page.

  • Component Reference

    Provides a summary (endpoint URI, artifact id, and brief functional description) of all the components supplied with Fuse Mediation Router, and describes each in detail (URI format, options, implementation details, and code examples).

  • API Reference

    Links to FuseSource Distribution of Camel API, where, for each package, all available classes are listed.

  • Fuse Mediation Router XML Schema Reference

    Links to Fuse Mediation Router 2.8.0 XML Schema Reference, where, for each namespace, all available components are listed.

The books listed here provide information and instructions for implementing transactions and for building custom processors.

  • Programmer's Guide

    Chapters 6 through 11 describe how to work with component, endpoint, consumer, producer, exchange, and message interfaces, so you can create and implement your own custom components and processors.

  • Transactions Guide

    Describes the basic concepts of transactions, how to select and implement a transaction manager, how to access data using Spring, the various ways to demarcate transactions, and JMS transaction semantics.

    You must register at fusesource.com/register before you can view this document from the Fuse Mediation Router web page.

The books listed here provide information and instructions to support system administrator functions.

  • Installing Fuse Mediation Router

    Provides detailed instructions for installing the Fuse Mediation Router software on Windows, Linux, Unix, and OS X platforms, using the binary distributions or building from source code. It also lays out the prerequisites needed to ensure a successful installation.

  • Migrating to Version 2.8.0

    Describes all of the latest changes made to the Fuse Mediation Router software and, where necessary, provides instructions for integrating the changes into existing systems.

  • Deployment Guide

    Provides detailed instructions for defining, deploying, and running your Fuse Mediation Router application as a standalone or in a Spring container.

  • Fuse ESB Deploying into the OSGi Container

    Describes how to bundle and deploy Fuse Mediation Router routes into an OSGi container and how to generate, bundle and run a complete Fuse Mediation Router application in an OSGi container.

    This document is part of the Fuse ESB library, downloadable from the Fuse ESB web page.

  • Security Guide

    Describes how to set the security options for endpoints and messages and how to set SSL and JAAS security for Fuse Mediation Router activemq components. It also describes how to use LDAP to authenticate routes deployed in an OSGi container.

    This document is part of the Fuse ESB library, and you must register at fusesource.com/register before you can view this document from the Fuse Mediation Router web page.

  • JMX Management

    Discover the various ways you can employ a JMX client to monitor and manage Fuse Mediation Router objects.

The books and reference materials listed here provide detailed information and instructions for designing, building, and deploying enterprise integration solutions and for using the tools that make it easier to do so. The books and reference materials in this list were authored by leading experts in this domain.

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