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

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Chapter 5. Getting down to business

 

This chapter covers
  • Achieving separation of concerns
  • Domain-driven transformations and message-driven services
  • Interceptors and gateways
  • Chaining endpoints

 

In the preceding chapters, you were introduced to the big picture of Spring Integration. You learned about the three key components of the framework: message, message channel, and message endpoint. Hopefully, you now have a greater appreciation of how those three components promote loose coupling. Now it’s time to focus on a related concept: separation of concerns. In this chapter we explore how Spring Integration enables a clean separation of integration concerns from the core business logic of an application.

Separation of concerns is a well-established ...

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