I'm new to FuseESB and I've just installed the FuseIDE in my Eclipse. I would like to execute some of the examples inside the tutorials guide, but apparently I need a development subscription for FuseSource.
Can I donwload somewhere a temporary license key as well?
I had to download the license key manually, since it is not allowed by our firewall settings to connect towards the subscription site directly.
I've copied the license.key file underneath "C:\Documents and Settings\devleen\.fusesource", but after a restart of Eclipse, the FuseSource development subscription is still not enabled. Any tips ?
Fuse IDE 2.1 will be released near to the CamelOne 2012 date. There is a button to install the downloaded license file for you in the subscription settings of that version. This should do the trick for you.
Without a valid license you are still able to view / edit camel routes.