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Spring Integration in Action by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, Iwein Fuld

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Part 2. Messaging

Part 2 explains how Spring Integration provides extended messaging capabilities to Spring applications. It covers key concepts such as messages, channels, endpoints, routing, filtering, and splitting and aggregating messages.

With Spring Integration, messages are exchanged through channels between designated endpoints of application components as well as external systems. Also, based on enterprise integration patterns, it offers features that enable routing and filtering of messages based on message headers or content.

Chapter 3 introduces messages and channels, describes the types of channels available and how they work, and demonstrates channel customizations such as dispatchers for multiple message handlers and interceptors ...

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