In this video, learn how to configure a Spring Integration message flow and use it in a larger Spring application context.
- [Instructor] Let's learn how to configure … a Spring Integration message flow … and how to integrate that message flow … into a larger Spring application. … Now configuring a message flow in Spring Integration … looks a whole lot like configuring … any other project component in Spring. … You can use XML configuration files … for an externalized metadata type of approach, … or you can use inline Java based annotations. … Both approaches have their pros and cons … with trade-offs that are the same for Spring Integration … as they are for Spring in general. … In this training course, we will use XML exclusively … for our dependency injection configuration … because it gives us a more centralized … and accessible way to visualize our structure … with fewer files to flip through. … Here is an example of a Spring integration … configuration file. … Notice the inclusion of the integration schema … here in the outer beans element, … along with namespace specific elements … such as channels and end points. …
Skill Level Advanced
Using the exercise files2m 16s
1. Essential Project Components
2. Communicating Messages over Channels
3. Manage Messages with Endpoints
4. Connect External Systems with Endpoints
5. Advanced Spring Integration
Advanced Spring Integration2m 54s
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